Monday 5 September 2016, Cold Front With Advection Moisture Of Former East Pacific Hurricane 

Today, another cold front from Alaska is arriving and this storm is more powerful so far this season, the reason, this storm is more powerful is because of moisture of remnant hurricane from the East Pacific. This morning, their is a strong east wind, which means a deep pressure low over the ocean and high pressure inland, depending on the types of air mass, there are different weather conditions of east winds on the Pacific Northwest coast. Yesterday, the forecast maximum for today is 64ºF and cloudy, a little below the average maximum temperature of 68ºF.