Friday will begin with some cloud cover across the region, but as we progress through the day sunshine will return. Highs should be a couple of degrees warmer than Thursday. The area will remain dry with no significant opportunity for rain over the next 7 days.
The Willamette Valley should see mostly sunny skies. Highs will warm up into the lower 80s this afternoon. A few clouds will start the day, but sunshine makes a statement this afternoon. Heading into the weekend, look for blue skies and warmer temperatures. Afternoon highs should end up in the mid 80s on both Saturday and Sunday. Even next workweek will continue to see sunshine and mid 80s.
The Oregon Coast should see some warm weather over the next few days as well. Skies will begin with some clouds this Friday, but come the afternoon the clouds will have cleared out. Highs on the coast today should end up in the mid 60s. For the weekend, mid to upper 60s are expected. A lot of sunshine is on the way as well. Looking ahead at the workweek, sunny skies warm upper 60s and breezy afternoons will make up the majority of the week.
The Umpqua Valley’s forecast has some early morning clouds which quickly clear away to sunshine and pleasant conditions. Highs will hit the upper 70s and lower 80s today. This weekend afternoon high temperatures continue to climb. Both Saturday and Sunday should end up in the upper 80s. Next workweek, upper 80 and lower 90s are possible. Winds will end up gusting a bit in the afternoon, but sunshine should dominate. There is also no sincere opportunity for rain.
Updated Friday morning by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on July 22, 2016.
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