Big Warm Up Following 2 Days of Showers

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Melissa-Frey-500x500-250x250Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Wednesday Forecast Discussion:

A cold front rolled through western Oregon overnight bringing in overcast skies and scattered showers. The front is now moving east of the Cascades where snow is falling above 4,000′. We’ll continue to see chances for showers off and on through this evening, but accumulations will be light. Highs will stay in the mid to upper 50s across western Oregon.

Another small storm will move through the area on Saturday. This will bring in heavier rain showers and keep our high temperatures in the mid to upper 50s. A few inches of snow will continue to fall above 4,500 feet.

Showers will taper off Sunday and by Monday high pressure returns to the Pacific Northwest. This means it’s not only back to dry weather through at least Thursday, but highs will be much warmer in the upper 60s and low 70s for most of next week.

Have a great weekend!
~Meteorologist Melissa Frey

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