Slowly Warming Back Up

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Wednesday’s Weather Discussion from Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton 

Showers again slowly taperin goff by late evening with a few stragglers left into the overnight hours, most of the region will cloud up again with the ground moisture and lows will make things feel chilly and damp, into the low 40s.

Tomorrow more wet weather is expected as the low continues to sit and rotate smaller batches of showers across Western Oregon. I’m expecting the coverage to be less than the past two days, with some occasional sun breaks by late afternoon. Highs also just a bit warmer, back into the mid to upper 50s. Friday we’ll finally start to see the end (briefly) of the steady shower stream as the low unwinds  and sends most of the shower north. Driest day for the holiday weekend looks to be Saturday with highs back in the mid 60s.

That’s the end of the dry weather as the next storm swings across on Sunday afternoon and into Monday. So plan for some rain gear if you are headed to the Ducks Softball Super Regional games, or the Memorial Day parades.

Have a great Thursday!

– Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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