More Rain is on the way for the weekend. Showers will remain widespread, near constant, and heavy at times. Winds will blow hard with the arrival of the rain as well. On the coast winds may gust as high as 50 mph. Inland and low valley locations will see gusts as high as 30 mph at times.
Saturday’s showers are expected to stay heaviest in the morning, before lightning a little in the afternoon. Then, Come Sunday, another round of widespread heavy rain is on the way. High temperatures both days will remain in the upper 50s for Western Oregon.
Sunshine returns on Monday as drier weather arrives. Fog is expected in the morning with sunshine filling for the afternoon hours. Highs next workweek return to the lower 60s.
Below are approximate rain totals expected over the next few days.
Sat. - 0.90" | Sun. - 1.20" | Total - 2.10"
Sat. - 0.60" | Sun. - 0.50" | Total - 1.10"
- Coos Bay
Sat. - 1.00" | Sun. - 1.00" | Total - 2.00"
Sat. - 1.80" | Sun. - 1.60" | Total - 3.40"
Sat. - 1.10" | Sun. - 1.20" | Total - 2.30"
Sat. - 1.00" | Sun. - 0.60" | Total - 1.60"
Updated Friday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on October 20, 2017.
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