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Last Map Update: Wed, Apr. 1, 2020 at 3:07:15 pm PDT

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Typical early spring conditions will linger the week. Showers will be a mix of rain, snow, and graupel. Light snow accumulations will be possible in the mountains and in the lower elevations.
Sorry to be bearer of bad news…but not only is the next week or two expected to see below average temperatures…but the latest outlook for April is showing below average temperatures are possible for the month. There could definitely be a few days where we see nice near or above average temperatures in April (likely the last half of the month) but overall, when the month comes to an end…our average temperature for the month will likely be below average. Precipitation is a bit more of a mixed bag. For the next 2 weeks it looks like above average precipitation. But the latter half of the month could be above, below or near average. There is no strong signal either way how the month will end.
Here’s a breakdown of the March Climate Comparisons across the Inland NW. Colder and drier than normal was seem for most of the area.


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