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Mild Monday, Warm This Week

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Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion:

An upper level disturbance will move into the Pacific Northwest tonight into Monday. Most of the shower activity will stay to our north, but some showers will make their way into Oregon. The best place to experience a few light showers will be along the coast, the Willamette Valley and the west side of the Cascades.

Otherwise, with this system, we’ll have thick clouds Monday morning but switch to mostly sunny skies by the afternoon. Highs will be well below normal Monday with highs in the low 70s inland and low 60s along the coast.

High pressure builds in Tuesday and controls the weather for the rest of the week. Expect sunny skies to return with high temps back into the mid to upper 80s inland and mid 60s along the coast.

Oregon Wildfire Update:

The Waterfalls 2,  Danner Loop 2, Hay Creek, Barry Point, Ice Cave, Buckhead and Butte fires are 100% contained; but, there are still three large wildfires growing in Oregon. For more information on wildfires in Oregon click here.

    • Fort Complex: 23,476 acres and 88% contained
    • Parish Cabin: 6,481 acres and 95% contained
    • Cache Creek: 73,534 acres and 95% contained

Have a Wonderful Week!

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn

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  1. Richard Self says:

    Did you see the lightning SAt nite?

    1. Curtis says:

      I didn’t see any lightning in the West University Neighborhood in Eugene. I’d like a nice thunderstorm this summer!

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