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Exclusive Inland Northwest Summary Issued: Sunday * October 25, 2020 @ 5:25 AM    

   (By Climatologist Bob Lutz)

      

 

 

Short-Term Forecast 
An early season Arctic air mass is now firmly entrenched over the Inland Northwest giving many areas record, or near record overnight lows!  This trend will continue with well below normal temperatures expected both day and night through Tuesday with more records possible.  There are a few minor disturbances which will brush the region through midweek, giving us periods of cloud cover.  Where that occurs during the overnight hours, temperatures will be a bit milder.       
      
Long-Term Forecast
 
High pressure will dominate the weather going through much of the work week.  Temperatures will continue to slowly moderate and should be closer to normal by Friday.  Areas of low clouds & fog will be problematic at times due to moisture trapped in the lower atmosphere from melting snow.  Some (but not all) models continue to forecast that the ridge will weaken as we head into the upcoming weekend, allowing for more cloud cover and an increased chance of precipitation at times, but agreement on the overall long-range pattern has become rather poor.                          

Short-Term Weather Model Agreement for the Inland Northwest is: 
GOOD
Long-Term  Weather Model Agreement for the Inland Northwest is:  POOR
(POOR= Forecast Changes are Likely * GOOD= Fair Agreement, but Changes are Possible * EXCELLENT= Changes Unlikely)
 

 

 

 

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