Dense West Coast Smoke To Be Pushed East After The Weekend and Into Next Week With Air Quality Improving; Pacific Northwest Rain


Models here at National Weather Force are detecting an area of low pressure that will bring rain to the Pacific Northwest this next week and a strong jet stream in the entire area that will push the dense smoke to the east and disperse some.  The same storm system will bring off and on showers to the Pacific Northwest as well, but nothing of flooding criteria is to be expected.

There will also be a risk of thunderstorms in the Pacific Northwest at times.  Low level moisture however looks just enough to preclude a dry thunderstorm event, so this could be helpful for the fires currently burning there.  Unfortunately, I do not see relief for the California wildfires as the southerly extent of the rain chance will be around Crescent City and Mt. Shasta.

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