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Rain Wrapping Up Tomorrow

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CHIEF METEOROLOGIST JUSTIN STAPLETON’S FORECAST DISCUSSION:

Some light isolated showers overnight tonight as the main system continues to sit almost stationary off the coast of Central Oregon. While some showers will sling in from the coast, they’ll be quick hitters and very widely scattered. Another chilly night with lows falling into the mid to upper 30s and low 40s at the coast.

Most of the showers will be wrapped up by Thursday afternoon, but with all the moisture, some late day sun breaks are about as sunny as we’ll get until the weekend. The upper low stretches and sends each half north and south of Oregon by Friday. The mountains may see some additional snow showers but they’ll be very light with not much more than an inch or so of accumulating snow.

Heading into the weekend, high pressure moves back in, clearing out the rain and afternoon clouds. Highs slowly move back into the mid to upper 50s and right now, looks like we’ll have another nice, sunny weekend! Next rain chances don’t move back in until the ridge flattens out by next Tuesday and Wednesday.

Have a great Thursday!

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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