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5/22/2015 Showers and Thunderstorms Possible This Weekend

“A pattern of weak upper level air flow is likely to continue in the coming days. As an area of low pressure aloft passes through the Pacific Northwest during the Holiday Weekend, unsettled weather is expected east of the Cascades. The movement of the wandering low is still unclear, but periodic showers and even thunderstorms are possible for eastern areas. A band of enhanced rainfall could set up somewhere over Washington this weekend, but its potential region of influence remains uncertain. ..”
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Recent Outlooks

5/15/2015 Isolated Showers and Thunderstorms At Times

“A split flow pattern will allow variable conditions to persist during the coming days. The presence of weak low pressure near the coast should lead to periodic instability and isolated showers or thunderstorms across the state, although many areas are expected to be dry for much of the time...”
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5/8/2015 Warm and Dry This Weekend; Cooler and Unsettled Next Week

“Summer-like weather is expected this weekend, as very warm and sunny conditions return. Even some western areas could reach 80 degrees on Saturday. However, a meandering low pressure system should bring clouds, scattered showers, and breezes to the state for the early to middle portion of next week...”
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5/1/2015 Warm and Dry This Weekend; Cooler and Unsettled by Tuesday

“A pleasant and dry weather weekend is on the way, as sunshine and warm afternoons are expected over the next few days. Monday should be an even warmer day, except at the coast, as the air flow becomes southerly ahead of an approaching low pressure area...”
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