Calming Down and Drying Out Monday

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It was a wet and windy night Saturday. Peak wind gusts were recorded at 80 mph on Mary’s Peak, 60 mph in Newport, 53 mph in Florence, 44 mph in Eugene and 40 mph in Corvallis. Showers were off and on Sunday but wind subsided during the day.

Aside from the wind, some locations above 4,000 feet saw 7 inches of snow with the storm. An additional 3-5 inches are expected Sunday evening and night. The WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY expires at 11 p.m.

As the system pushes off to the east will see a few showers Monday. There will be plenty of sunbreaks in clouds throughout the day; high temperatures will be in the mid 50s.

Tuesday will be partly sunny with high temperatures back into the low 60s. Low 60s will continue Wednesday but isolated showers will return the second half of the day as a system moves through. The system will bring in cooler air, keeping temperatures in the mid to upper 50s Thursday and Friday.

Have a super Sunday!
Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn

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