Clouds and showers out there this morning, but little in the way of organized activity just yet. Sprinkles at best for most of the Willamette Valley early on, but we'll see that fizzle out a bit as we head towards lunchtime. From there on out, aside from the occasional isolated shower, we should be largely dry.
Tomorrow will be a very different story, however, as the major rain event that we've been waiting on will finally arrive on the Coast. Between 9 AM and 3 PM will be our best chance for rain in our Friday forecast. We can expect roughly a quarter of an inch of rainfall tomorrow across the board with numbers that could push a bit higher on the Coast.
Temperatures will largely hold steady in the mid to upper 50s over the next few days putting us more in line with average highs for the start of the Spring season. Not a lot of variety when it comes to temperatures over the next 7 days as clouds and off-and-on rain chances will remain a mainstay into next week.
Updated Thursday morning by Meteorologist John Mayer on March 21, 2019.
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