59
      Thursday
      66 / 45
      Friday
      65 / 44
      Saturday
      70 / 48

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      Dry weather should persist into Wednesday across Western Oregon. A bit of clouds will hang out all day long, and the higher elevations could see a shower or two, but overall it will be pleasant. A storm system will swing through at the end of the week and have an impact on the start of the holiday weekend.

      The Willamette Valley will see partly cloudy skies on Wednesday with highs in the mid 60s. Sunshine will struggle to break through the clouds in the morning, but come the afternoon some blue skies will be seen. Thursday could see the return of some isolated late day showers with highs in the lower 60s. ON Friday more wet weather is possible with highs continuing to only warm to the lower 60s.

      The Oregon Coast will face dry weather as we get into the middle of the workweek. Wednesday's highs will be in the lower 60s with partly cloudy skies overhead. Sunshine should be more common in the afternoon than in the morning. Thursday and Friday could see an isolated rain shower or two with highs in the upper 50s. On Saturday conditions will slowly begin to warm. By Sunday sunshine and mid 60s are possible.

      The Umpqua Valley is facing a drier day on Wednesday. Clouds will linger all day long but rain should be hard to come by. Sunshine should be a bit more common in the afternoon than in the morning. Wednesday's highs are expected in the mid 60s. Thursday and Friday could see some stray late day rain showers will temperatures cooling to the lower 60s. For the weekend, Saturday could see a rain drop or two but Sunday as well as Monday are expected to be dry with more sunshine.

      Updated Tuesday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on May 24, 2016.

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