Mostly sunny and cooler weather is expected for the next few days across the state. At the end of this week and heading into the weekend a bigger and wetter storm arrives. With this storm will be much cooler weather and some widespread rain.
The Willamette Valley will see some low clouds and fog for Tuesday morning. They day may begin under some overcast skies, but these clouds will clear in the afternoon and sunshine will help warm the day’s highs into the mid 70s. On Wednesday the same is expected with lower 70s on the way. The cooldown will persist into the weekend. Friday should see highs in the lower 60s with some evening rain. The weekend is looking gray and wet with upper 50s on the way.
The Oregon Coast should be in the mid to upper 60s with bits of sun now in the afternoon. The morning will wake up to low clouds and fog with the marine layer moving inland. The afternoon should pick up some peeks of sunshine and the clouds lift and burn away. Wednesday and Thursday should be dry with a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures firmly in the mid 60s. Starting Friday rain arrives with highs only in the 50s. The same can be expected for the weekend.
The Umpqua Valley’s Tuesday will have a bit of sunshine. Only a few areas of patchy fog are expected for the morning hours, and only in the more fog-prone regions. Such as low valleys and river bed bottoms. Highs will high the lower 80s in the afternoon. Wednesday and Thursday will return to the mid 70s with some sunshine and dry weather. Conditions are likely to become wet Friday evening and carry into the weekend where highs will only manage to warm into the lower 60s.
Updated Monday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on September 26, 2016.
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