Cooling Down Day by Day

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A storm  started moving into western Oregon early Friday morning. This cold front looks pretty impressive off-shore, but as it moves on shore it’s falling apart. We’ll see scattered showers for the second half of the day, but they’ll be pretty light. Highs will stay in the mid 40s with lows falling to the mid 30s.

Most of Saturday will be dry, although we could see a few light showers at the end of the day. Saturday will be even cooler with highs only making it to about 41 degrees, then falling to the low 30s overnight.

All of Sunday and the first half of Monday are looking dry as a ridge of high pressure moves in. The chilly air will stick around though.

A storm is on the way for Monday night, this would bring in a few scattered showers overnight into Tuesday. Just in time to celebrate the arrival of the new year.

By Tuesday afternoon we’ll be back to dry weather with highs in the low 40s and lows in the low 30s.

Have a great weekend and go Beavs!
-Meteorologist Melissa Frey

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  1. Sasha says:

    how dare you say go Beavs. Do you know what their crummy, unethical paper journalist wrote about UofO before the Civil War game? If they promote not supporting every Oregon team, in my opinion they deserve the same! On a friendlier note, I want to thank your staff for great news coverage that keeps your personal opinions out of it and only gives facts. Have a fantastic New Year.

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