Afternoon t-storms are possible most days, but Thursday bring the best chance this week.
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Watch the above on demand STORMTracker video forecast for a look at what to expect hour by hour with Chief Meteorologist Mike Heard. Conditions will dry out midnight. A few isolated storms could fire up Monday afternoon and evening. Temps will warm into the upper 60s to mid 70s. After this small rain chance, we will see a clear sky on Tuesday and we are starting to get warmer.
That initial batch of rain we had this morning is long gone, but another round of showers and storms will cross the region this evening. Winds remain light with partly sunny skies. Saturday through early next week we will see drier weather conditions and above normal temperatures with highs in the upper 70's to lower 80's by the weekend. Another deep trough will set up across the Pacific NW into the Northern Rockies. We didn't see a ton of sunshine and we did have some showers this morning, but at least it stayed warm with highs in the 70s! Showers, isolated thunderstorms and yes even a little mountain snow is possible Wednesday through Friday.