Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Evening Forecast Discussion:
Some breaks in the clouds as we approach the overnight hours heading into Friday. The wild, windy Thursday is gone and we’ll see a little bump of high pressure keep things much quieter on Friday. Overnight lows will sit in the mid to low 40s and we’ll see coastal and valley fog form pre-dawn, but your morning commute should stay dry (albeit for some drizzle).
Tomorrow, morning fog should break up to at least partial sunshine by the afternoon. Highs will sit in the mid 50s. Snow lines will start to rise back above the Passes and while the Passes are clear, expect temperatures to hold in the 30s and likely below freezing overnights.
Through the weekend, we’ll stay relatively dry but cloudy. Another front looks to stall out just along the S WA coastline concentrating showers along the NW Oregon coast before sagging south across Western Oregon Monday through Wednesday which will ensure more wet weather for early next week. If the front hangs up a little further south, we may see showers on Sunday as well.
Have a great Friday!
– Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton
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