A Quick Dry Out, Then Back At The Rain

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Justin’s Weekend Forecast Discussion

Some impressive rain totals for our first big rain of the season: Eugene- .44″ Corvallis: .82″ and a whopping 1.45″ in Newport! There’s more coming, but tomorrow we may get a chance to dry out for a bit.

Early Saturday morning may see a few leftover showers but by the afternoon, I’m expecting a dry pocket and possibly a few sun breaks but highs will stay cool in the mid to low 60s. Sunday sees most of the dry time until later that night when the strongest wave moves in. Showers turning to rain overnight into Monday may be heavy at times.

Next week starts soggy with rain on Monday tapering off to isolated showers by Tuesday afternoon. However, early looks  show a small high pressure ridge building in for Wednesday which should hold the rain off for at least a day or so through Thursday.

Have a great weekend!

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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  1. BushWoman says:

    Hi, I am a Native Oregonian working in Bethel Alaska becasue I can’t find work in Oregon. It is -1 F today. The muskeg is freezing over, making it easier to wlk. Last winter is was -92 at the airport. Enjoy Oregon for me.

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