We’ll stay mostly dry to start the work week this morning however, things will pick up on Tuesday morning when the first of 3 rain waves come through.
The first wave will start before 4AM Tuesday.
But it should end before 4PM in the afternoon Tuesday.
A second stronger system will move in around 4AM Wednesday.
It will intensify through the afternoon Wednesday.
And it is slated to really pick up steam around midnight late Wednesday night.
However the main force of the Thursday event is currently forecast to hit northern Washington and mostly miss us. There will be a little more rain on Friday before it is supposed to dry out and get around freezing again on the weekend.
Speaking of snow… how about this for a couple days of snowfall! From somewhere in the Eastern US where they received historic amounts of snowfall…. the time-lapse below is titled, 33 hours, 5 foot drift.
Here are the historic totals from the storm out East.
— Kim MacDonald (@KMacTWN) January 24, 2016
And here is an interesting stat from the Arctic Circle in Norway. The world is working is strange ways these days.
Svalbard, Arctic Norway: temperature again above freezing; normal is -16°C now. Last 30 days 11.4°C above normal! pic.twitter.com/HDDlysirFp
— Kees van der Leun (@Sustainable2050) January 25, 2016