Local Alert Weather Forecast, Wed., Apr. 1, 2015
We are setting up to see another twenty four hours of chilly and somewhat stormy conditions before seeing a short break between systems. Highs today will be in the mid to upper 40’s with a couple of spots hitting 50 degrees. With a 30% chance of scattered showers, westerly breezes will pick up to 10-15 mph.
Tonight’s lows will be dipping into the 20’s, once again. That means that the chance of showers will turn to a chance of snow showers. Those 10-15 mph westerly breezes will become a little gusty at times.
All of this will start to break up and we will be seeing some sunshine through Thursday and Friday, but do not expect to warm up a great deal. Cold air left behind the storm system will leave us with highs in the low to mid 50’s and overnight lows in the 20’s.
Below average temps are expected to continue through the weekend. With that, the next system rolling in Saturday will give us a chance of showers. With lows back down into the 20’s, that will mean a chance of snow showers Easter Sunday morning. A chance of showers will stretch into Monday and start to break up Tuesday.
Have a Sparkling Day in Central Oregon!