Wet weather arrives this weekend and will stay with Oregon heading into next week. Temperatures should remain below average and skies will stay cloudy. Rain will not fall constantly, but occasionally, keeping the region damp.
The Willamette Valley will be in the mid 60s with some rain arriving. A few showers may make an appearance early in in the day, but the widespread rain will move in for the afternoon. On Sunday we’ll see additional showers. Rain will be most widespread and heaviest on Sunday. Highs will only sit in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Monday may get a break in the showers with temperature in in the lower 60s and more clouds. But on Tuesday another round of rain moves through the region.
The Oregon Coast will see some moisture this weekend. Both Saturday and Sunday will fight rain for the majority of the day. Skies will stay overcast with gusty winds from the southwest. Highs will only warm to the upper 50s and lower 60s this weekend. Starting on Monday, the rain will break apart and end for a while. Come Tuesday, another round of rain will blast through Oregon.
The Umpqua Valley has rain in the forecast this weekend. Saturday will see dry weather to start the day, but in the afternoon and evening showers will arrive. Highs on Saturday will end up in the mid to upper 60s. On Sunday, highs will only warm to the lower 60s with more widespread and heavier rain. Monday will be mostly cloudy and drier. A few raindrops may fall during the day, but no widespread rain is expected. That changes on Tuesday as another storm moves into the state.
Updated Friday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on September 30, 2016.
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