Happy Monday! The area of low pressure that moved down from the north this weekend is continuing to spread showers through Oregon Monday.
The storm is centered over south central Washington. With low pressure we always see counter-clockwise flow. This means we’re getting a combination of cold Canadian air and moisture off the Pacific.
Scattered showers will continue off and on Monday, falling as snow above 2,500 feet. The air mass that is moving in is also relatively unstable, so a few thundershowers are not out of the question. High temperatures will stay in the low 50s across most of western Oregon.
Showers will wind down Tuesday and we’ll all be completely dry by Wednesday. It’ll be back to mostly sunny and dry weather through Thursday. Highs will climb back the low to mid 60s Wednesday and Thursday.
We’ll likely see a few showers Friday as a small storm moves through, but it’s back to dry weather just in time for the weekend!
Have a great Monday!
-Meteorologist Melissa Frey
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