Chilly But Overall Quiet Weekend Ahead

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Justin’s Thursday Night Forecast Discussion: 

Staying chilly again tonight and through most of the weekend as the winds will stay out of the northwest spilling in that good old Gulf of Alaska air. Lows will sit in the upper to mid 30s across the valley and mid 20s in Central Oregon. A few isolated showers also may creep in overnight tonight and Friday night.

Tomorrow is more of the same, with a chance for some light scattered showers, mainly in the afternoon. We’ll also see some sun breaks throughout the day.  Snow lines will be dropping into the 2500-3000 foot range so there will be some fresh snow (at least a few inches) at the Passes and plenty over the next few days at the ski resorts.

The weekend looks to dry out a bit, even though we’ll carry a small chance for a passing shower- what you’re really notice is the chilly air that’ll make it hard to get highs out of the mid 40s. Overnight lows also will sit in the low 30s so there may be some patchy frost both Saturday and Sunday. More showers are back by late Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.

Have a great Friday!

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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