Couple Of Dry November Days

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Justin’s Tuesday Night Forecast Discussion: 

Skies cleared (some) this evening and like it was waiting in the wings, the valley fog is already filling in for the overnight hours. But with the fog, means the rain will shut down for a few days. Lows tonight should fall into the mid to upper 40s.

Midweek will stays dry, along with Thursday as a small ridge of high pressure builds into Oregon by tomorrow.  That’ll keep us under foggy starts, but back to some good afternoon breaks by the afternoons with highs holding in the mid to upper 50s.

Once we head to the weekend though, things start to get a bit wetter. Some evening showers are possible Friday with a strong system bearing down on us for Saturday and Sunday. With the ESPN Gameday crew in town this Saturday, expect to need the rain gear, especially if you’re headed down early Saturday morning for the start of the show. By gametime, the rain should taper off to scattered showers. Sunday and most of next week are looking wet at this point and plenty of snow in the ski resorts!

Have a great Wednesday!

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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