Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion
Offshore flow Monday will push the fog and low clouds off the coast and keep it sunny and clear across western Oregon. Without the cooler air from the Pacific Ocean, temperatures will climb well above normal, to near 90 degrees inland and upper 60s along the coast.
An upper level low moves off the coast Monday night and Tuesday. This will keep a southerly flow and highs in the mid to upper 80s inland. However, the marine layer will bring fog and clouds into the coastal communities and keep highs in the low 60s, Tuesday.
The upper level low will stay offshore and high pressure will remain in control through the end of the week. We will switch to onshore flow midweek, filtering in a few clouds and slightly cooler temperatures, with highs in the low 80s 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: 16,000 acres burned and 10% contained. Six miles southwest of Sisters, Oregon. Forest Service Roads 15, 16, and 4601 remain closed. The Three Creeks Campground and the Pacific Crest Trail between Trail #3531 and Highway 242 is closed.
Have a Super Sunday!
Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn