Wet weather will blast into Oregon over the next few days and bring lots of rainfall to the state. Inland locations will pick up around and inch from Tuesday evening to Thursday morning. On the coast between 2 to 3 inches is possible for the same time period. Temperatures should remain warm, well above freezing for the duration of the rainfall.
The Willamette Valley will wake up to temperatures just above freezing on Tuesday. Skies will start partly cloudy and increase as the day goes on. Rain will move in during the afternoon and become more widespread and intense by Wednesday morning. Highs on Tuesday should be in the upper 40s, warming to the lower 50s by Wednesday. As of today, Thursday, Friday and the weekend will be wet.
The Oregon Coast will see plenty of rain for the next few days. Tuesday morning will likely begin dry with rain arriving in the late morning and early afternoon. Highs will warm to the mid 50s with heavier rain falling just before sunrise on Wednesday. Wednesday’s showers should remain nearly constant through the day. Highs will stay in the mid 50s for highs and do little cooling for overnight lows. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday each face a round of rain and clouds. Winds will be strong starting Tuesday afternoon and blow until Thursday evening. Gusts may reach 40 to 50 mph.
The Umpqua Valley will be wet for the next few days. Tuesday begins dry but ends wet. Morning lows on Tuesday will start in the upper 30s and warm to the lower 50s by the afternoon. Rainfall should be heaviest on Wednesday before lightening a little come Thursday. That said, Thursday, Friday and this weekend remains wet with each day facing clouds rain and temperatures in the mid to upper 40s.
Updated Monday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on January 16, 2017.
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