Dry, but chilly, weather will make up the start of the weekend across Western Oregon. Skies will see some sunshine early on, with clouds returning in the afternoon. Overall, Saturday should be without rain and snow, but Sunday will have another blast of precipitation.
The Willamette Valley should come out fairly dry for Saturday. Rain will be to the north in Washington, but it’s not expected to arrive until later Sunday. Highs on Saturday will end up in the middle 40s. Overnight lows both days this weekend will be at or below Freezing. Sunday morning is likely to remain dry, but the same cannot be said for the afternoon. Heading into the workweek, wet weather is expected to persist.
The Oregon Coast may wake up to a few light sprinkles Saturday morning, but otherwise the day should dry. Sky cover will vary from partly cloudy to mostly cloudy, with afternoon temperatures reaching the upper 40s and lower 50s. Rain arrives on Sunday—specifically in the afternoon. High temperatures will continue to reach the near-50-degree mark. Monday and Tuesday will see rainfall as well. Temperatures those days should gradually warm to the lower 50s.
The Umpqua Valley will likely not have any rainfall for Saturday. Sunshine will be seen as well, though mostly in the morning. Afternoon clouds and high temperatures in the upper 40s are expected. Come Sunday rain returns to Douglas County, specifically in the afternoon. Sunday’s highs should be in the low 40s. Monday and Tuesday will have some rain as well with more clouds and temperatures in the mid to upper 40s.
Updated Friday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on February 24, 2017.
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