Sunshine and dry weather will continue across the region for the next few days. The weekend will remain dry as clouds are hard to come by. Temperatures will not warm up much each day, and overnight lows will remain chilly.
The Willamette Valley's dry weather hangs out through today and the weekend. After starting on the cold side of things this morning highs will warm into the mid to lower 40s. Winds will be light and mostly from the north. Saturday and sunshine look like identical twins, both days will see blue skies and highs in the lower 40s. Morning temperatures will start in the mid 20s. Monday will see increasing clouds with the next chance for rain on Tuesday.
The Oregon Coast is facing some sunshine through the weekend as well. High pressure just off shore will keep skies clear. Temperatures, as a result, will warm to the mid 50s today though the weekend. Both Saturday and Sunday should be in the mid to lower 50s as well. Sunshine will linger through the weekend until the next storm begins to move through the region on Monday. Rainfall will start late Monday and blow into Wednesday. Showers will be heavy at times on Tuesday.
The Umpqua Valley will be sunny this Friday and weekend. Highs Friday afternoon will make it to the mid 40s. Both Saturday and Sunday should remain sunny with highs in the mid 40s. No rain is on the way until the next storm system returns next week. On Monday clouds will increase across the region and temperatures will manage to warm to around 50 degrees. A few rain showers will move into the area on Tuesday.
Updated Friday morning by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on November 27, 2015.
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