Pretty dry pattern will dominate this forecast for a while.
The next potential of any rainfall was shaping up for around September 28-29, followed by another round of potential October 4-5.
So, we will warm back to the 80s this upcoming week with lots of sunshine & lows in the 40s & 50s. Smoke will roll back in from the west Sunday & thicken & be with us for a chunk of the week.
Warmer than normal pattern dominates in October.
Drier than normal pattern dominates in October, as well.
November & December looks warmer than normal, while the Pacific Northwest, Northern Rockies, Northern Plains & western Canada turn colder than normal with time.
November looks drier than normal until late in the month & that wetter pattern should carry into December.
January & February show similar temperature trends.
Precipitation trends are similar in January & February.
A corridor of above normal snowfall should occur in the Pacific Northwest to western Great Lakes.
There continues to be a trend of below normal snowfall here.