Rain in the Forecast for Longbranch

'Ol popsicle top, also known as Mount Rainier, has been seen in all her spring glory this past week.
‘Ol popsicle top, also known as Mount Rainier, has been seen in all her spring glory this past week.
Birds sang happy songs outside our window this morning, while a silvery fog hid Drayton’s Passage.

It has been days since we saw the last rain. The out-of-season sunshine a gift to bones weary of the heavy cold air. Roadside blooms agree. Bullfrogs croak with glee.

But our weather may be changing.

“A significant shift in the large-scale flow pattern will bring moist, warm southwesterly flow to our region, accompanied by substantial rain in the mountains” writes Cliff Mass on his blog Monday.

Good morning Longbranch.

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