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      Hot weather is on the way for Western Oregon over the next couple of days. Winds will be from the east which is an offshore airflow, a.k.a. a warming airflow. This means temperatures will be on the rise for the rest of the workweek. Cooler air will settle back over the region this weekend.

      The Willamette Valley is under a Red Flag Warning through Wednesday evening due do dry weather and some gusty winds. The warning ends by Thursday morning, but a heat advisory begins Thursday afternoon and continues until Friday night due to another round of toasty temperatures. Highs on Thursday will reach the upper 90s for many spots. Friday should sit in the upper 90s as well. Come Saturday, mid 80s return with more sunshine and continued dry weather.

      The Oregon Coast will see some warm weather getting into our Thursday as well. Highs should end up in the upper 70s with plenty of sun around the region. Winds will be offshore and really boosting those highs. Come Friday, highs should drop by a few degrees—but not many. Temperatures Friday afternoon are likely to reach the lower 70s. On Sunday clouds are a bit more common, especially for the morning hours with temperatures warming to the mid 60s by the afternoon.

      A Red Flag Warning will take effect across the Umpqua Valley Thursday morning and last until the evening hours. Temperatures will be hot, the region will be dry and winds will gust in the afternoon. The combination of these three things create prime fire conditions. Temperatures Thursday afternoon will warm to about 100 degrees for many spots. Friday will also see the upper 90 and lower 100 degree heat. Cooler weather slowly settles back over the region on Saturday will lower 90s on the way. By Sunday mid 80s are expected for the region.

      Updated Wednesday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on August 24, 2016.

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