Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion:
An upper level low will move across the area tonight through tomorrow. The low is ahead of any surface features, so dry conditions will continue. However, fog and low clouds will move in along the coast Saturday night into Sunday morning, while inland areas will have just few clouds.
Into the afternoon Sunday the skies will clear out from any morning fog, but a few clouds will break up the blue sky throughout the day. High temperatures will be around seasonal averages with low 60s for the coast and mid 70s inland.
The system will almost be out of our area Monday; but before it leaves, it will bring through a weak front that will generate some heavy drizzle, mainly along the coast. In addition, the marine layer will be strong Monday night, pushing in the clouds Tuesday morning. High temps each day will be in the low 60s along the coast and mid 70s inland.
An upper level ridge takes control of our weather Wednesday and Thursday keeping skies mostly sunny with highs in the low to mid 60s along the coast and mid to upper 70s inland.
Oregon Wildfire Update:
The Fort Complex, Cache Creek, Parish Cabin and Waterfalls 2 fires are 100% contained; but, the Pole Creek wildfire is still growing in Oregon. For more information on wildfires in Oregon click here.
- Pole Creek Fire: 25,553 acres burned and 50% contained. Five miles southwest of Sisters, Oregon. Forest Service Roads 15 and 16 remain closed south of 4601. The Three Creeks Campground and the Pacific Crest Trail between Trail #3531 and Highway 242 is closed.
Have a Super Sunday!
Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn