The last time rain fell around our area was Friday June 7th. This week we’ll see multiple days in a row where showers may make an appearance. All due to a storm casually moving through the Pacific Northwest. Clouds will be much more common, rain will be spotty, and temperatures will be much cooler.
Those on the coast have mid 60s in store for Tuesday, which will fall to the lower 60s and upper 50s for Wednesday and Thursday. A warming trend returns Friday and lingers into the weekend where highs should hit the mid 60s once more. Spotty rain doesn’t arrive until the middle of the week, but expect periodic rain most common in the afternoon for both Wednesday and Thursday.
Inland valley’s temperatures take a hit this week as well. Roseburg and Eugene will drop to the mid to upper 60s with by Wednesday mostly cloudy skies overhead. Rain should be heaviest Wednesday night into Thursday. Those to the north will see more rain than southern areas, but all moisture tracks will be light with no more than a 0.10” seen each day. Friday sees temperatures back in the 70s with 80s and sunshine by the weekend.
Updated Monday evening by Chief Meteorologist Travis Knudsen on June 24, 2019.
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