Sunshine and warm weather will persist across Oregon over the next few days as a broad area of high pressure sits overhead. That is assuming, of course, you're able to get out from some of the pesky fog that will linger each day in the low valleys. Those who do not get out from the fog this week will only have cool temperatures and overcast skies.
The Willamette Valley is expected to see some sunshine this week, though it will see the least of it compared to the rest of the state. Each morning over the next few days will start with clouds. It's a difficult to judge which days the fog burns of and which days it does not. Days with some sunshine will have temperatures warm well into the 60s. Days that remain foggy should only warm to the lower 50s. The region will remain dry however with no rain until we get closer to the weekend.
The Oregon Coast will see BEAUTIFUL weather for the next few days. Skies will remain sunny and the occasional off shore flow will help to boost temperatures into the upper 60s and lower 70s. Monday will have blue skies all day. Anyone on the coast will be hard pressed to find a cloud in the sky. Tuesday should see sunshine as well. A bit of fog in the morning is possible this week, especially for the low valleys and riverbed bottoms, but it should clear out pretty quickly.
The Umpqua Valley will have to fight morning fog as well, though unlike the Willamette Valley, there is a decent chance as sunshine each afternoon. As a result there is a higher confidence in a temperature forecast in the lower 60s over the next few days. Each day the fog will begin to lift around 11am or so, but can take until 2 or 3 in the afternoon before it clears out entirely. As of this evening it appears rain will remain out of the area until we get into the weekend.
Updated Sunday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on February 7, 2016.
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