Short Term Pattern Change to aid Fire Fighters

 A low pressure system will drop out of the Gulf of Alaska and into the Pacific NW and and extreme Northern California. This system will produce cooler, more humid air along with some much needed precip:

The timing remains around the 10th of October.

Unfortunately, high pressure will move in on the heels of this system and dominate our weather for at least another week.

We are seeing what could be a major pattern change starting around the 21st of October, especially for the Pacific NW as storms are growing in size as we move into the rainy season:

The beauty of La Nina is that it can produce much stronger storms. We will need that to push out our blocking ridge.

Stay Tuned ...