A few clouds will begin the day across western Oregon on Wednesday morning. These clouds will quickly clear and sunshine will make up the remainder of the day. Highs should not be as warm though, due to the few clouds in the morning.
The Willamette Valley will see a few clouds to start the day on Wednesday. By 10 or so in the morning, sunshine will arrive and help warm high temperatures to the mid 80s. Which is cooler than where temperatures were for both Monday and Tuesday. Thursday will wake to some cloud cover as well, as a result expect low 80s in the afternoon. Friday and the weekend will gradually rebound to the upper 80s and lower 90s.
The Oregon Coast will see morning clouds over the next few days. Highs will stay firmly in the 60s, but reach the upper 60s on Wednesday and drop to the middle 60s for Thursday and Friday. No rain is expected throughout the short-term and long-term forecast. Only a few mornings with some low clouds and patchy fog. Wind should remain light as well with only a moderate afternoon sea breeze directly on the shoreline.
Across the Umpqua Valley expect a few morning clouds to begin the day. These clouds quickly burn away to sunshine in the afternoon. Highs will reach the upper 80s. Which is cooler than Tuesday’s highs. Thursday will stay in the middle 80s before warmer and dry air arrives Friday. Friday, Saturday as well as Sunday should have afternoon temperatures reach the lower 90s in the afternoon.
Updated Tuesday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on July 25, 2017.
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