WeatherWatcher: Update: Brush of white stuff to mostly stay south

Sunday, February 24, 2019

Snow on the N 195th St connector trail February 5, 2019.
Photo by Carl Dinse

There has been a significant update in the forecasts for Sunday night through Tuesday. In my previous report I had mentioned a possible snow event, but that there was extreme uncertainty in the forecasts at the time. Certainty in the models has improved, and we now have a better idea what is likely to happen.

The storm is expected to stay south, into the Portland metro area and surrounding areas of Oregon. This is leaving us with just a chance or slight chance of snow showers or flurries for the time being with no significant accumulations. Due to the southern track of this storm we are expecting to get colder, keeping us at risk of snow showers from Sunday evening through Thursday afternoon.

Bottom line: 
  • No significant snow event.
  • Flurries or snow showers are possible through the week.
  • Accumulations less than 1 inch.
  • Windy Monday, north winds gusting up to 35mph.
  • Low temperatures into the mid-20's through Thursday.
  • Mostly sunny and clear skies expected after Thursday.

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