A last chance for rain is developing today with the latest cold front entering the picture across Southwest Oregon. That will help to bring rain and cloudy skies across the region with anywhere from 0.25" - 0.5" of rain adding up from the Coast to the Valleys. While this may be the final chance for rain in the forecast, it has still been a solid event as a whole. In total, we've seen nearly 2" of rain in the Valleys and 2.5" - 3" along the Coast making for a much needed break from the dry spell that was the Summer season.
Meanwhile, once the latest cold front shifts out of the picture, clearer and drier skies will take hold regionwide. That will help to spark a warming trend and could even fuel afternoon highs rebounding to the 80s towards the end of next week
Updated Friday morning by Chief Meteorologist John Mayer on September 29, 2023.