Plenty of rain is expected overnight and early Tuesday morning. The next couple of days in general will see some showers. Though, as the week progresses rain will become less and less common.
The Willamette Valley should be under clouds and rain early Tuesday. While the morning begins wet, dry weather will arrive in the afternoon. Skies should remain cloudy all day and highs will warm to the mid 40s. Rain will likely fall around the region on Wednesday as well. High temperatures once again will end up in the mid 40s. Starting Thursday, and then again on Friday, rain will likely be sparse and intermittent. To the point where many locations might go all day without picking up raindrops.
The Oregon Coast will have another day of wind on Tuesday. The morning will begin windy and wet. In the afternoon rain will taper off and winds will calm. High temperatures on Tuesday will hit the upper 40s. Wednesday is looking mostly cloudy with more showers as well. Though rain should not be as common as what will be seen Tuesday. Thursday and Friday have even lower chances for rain. Highs each day will sit in the mid 40s.
The Umpqua Valley will likely wake up to some showers Tuesday morning. Skies will stay gray all day and winds will blow—especially before noon. High temperatures on Tuesday are expected to warm close to 50 degrees. Wednesday will be cooler, only in the mid 40s. And lower 40s are expected Thursday and Friday. The remainder of the week will see rain each day, but the closer to the weekend we get, the less likely we’ll see showers.
Updated Monday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on February 20, 2017.
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