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          Exclusive Inland Northwest Summary Issued: Saturday * April 10, 2021 @ 6:15 AM               

   (By Climatologist Bob Lutz)

      

 

 

Short-Term Forecast 
One last cold and windy disturbance will dominate the weather today, but like most systems over the past couple of months, moisture is extremely limited.  Even so, there is still that chance of a scattered snow or rain shower.  Instability this afternoon may also result in some graupel showers along with isolated thunder.  Improving weather will move back into the region tomorrow as another monster high pressure ridge redevelops over the West.         

Long-Term Forecast
 
There are still no significant changes seen in the overall global patterns as high pressure, and now somewhat of a Rex block dominates the West, keeping any major moisture-laden storms at bay.  Mostly dry and mild weather will continue be the result into the foreseeable future.   After a cold start, temperatures will moderate, and it will be breezy at times throughout the entire work week.      

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

 

 

 

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