(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS66 KPQR 220322 AAA) Cold front is slowly pushing into western Oregon and western Washington this evening. Moist southerly flow aloft will maintain rain through most of the evening, with transition to more showery precipitation later tonight. Mix of conditions tonight, with VFR and areas of MVFR. As of 8 pm, still have widespread MVFR with patchy IFR CIGS inland, with higher terrain frequently obscured in clouds/precipitation. This will persist for another 3 to 6 hrs. Generally, looks to improve to VFR inland later tonight, as the rain transitions to showers. Likely to see mix of mostly VFR with pockets of MVFR with the showers later tonight well into Friday. For detailed regional Pac NW aviation weather information, go online to: https://weather.gov/zse KPDX AND APPROACHES...Steady rain over the ops area this evening, and likely to continue until bit after midnight. Mix of lower VFR with occasional MVFR will continue as well. Later tonight, will transition to more showers, with conditions improving a bit. Even though likely to remain VFR through the day, will still have some MVFR CIGS with passing showers.