More rain occupies the short term forecast. But come the end of the workweek and weekend, sunshine and 60s return to Oregon.
The Willamette Valley will have another gray and wet day. Wednesday’s forecast isn’t very warm. Highs should only reach the lower 50s in the afternoon. Rain will fall primarily in the morning and slowly taper off as the day progresses. Thursday will likely see a few showers as well, highs will stay in the mid 50s. Friday is when better weather returns. Expect drier weather on Friday with partly cloudy skies and temperatures around 60. Saturday looks mostly sunny and upper 60s on the way!
The Oregon Coast will have more rain for the next few days. On Wednesday, mid 50s will make up daytime highs. Rain is likely to fall for the majority of the day, but the heaviest bands of rain will roll in off the ocean in the morning. Thursday is likely to see rain as well, but they’ll be much lighter and much less common. Afternoon temperatures on Thursday should range in the upper 50s. Lower 60s and partly cloudy skies return on Friday. Saturday’s forecast calls for mid 60s and sunshine!
The Umpqua Valley should dry out sooner than the norther parts of the state, but a few days of rain are still on the way. Wednesday will see more clouds and more rain. Highs should be in the mid 50s. Thursday remains mostly cloudy with high temperatures close to 60 degrees. Rain should fall on Thursday as well, but it’ll be light and wrap up before the day is over. Friday feels 60s return to the region with drier and sunny weather. On Saturday temperatures should get very close to 70 degrees!
Updated Tuesday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on April 25, 2017.
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