Two Dry Days Ahead

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Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion

Monday’s storm boasted some very impressive 24hr rainfall totals and wind gusts. Here is a list of local totals and the max recorded values in western Oregon.


  • 5.03″- Goodwin Peak Raws
  • 1.79″- Coos Bay
  • 0.96″- Corvallis
  • 1.06″- Cottage Grove
  • 1.38″- Eugene
  • 1.70″- Eugene Airport
  • 2.66″- Florence
  • 1.13″- North Bend
  • 0.57″- Roseburg
  • 3.00″- Santiam Junction

Wind Gusts:

  • 74 mph- Cape Foulweather
  • 61 mph- Yachats
  • 48 mph- Newport

High pressure will remain in control of our weather Wednesday and Thursday,  so things will remain dry. We’ll start off with fog and some clouds each morning with sunshine by the afternoon. Highs will be in the low to mid 60s.

A disturbance will move though Friday and Saturday bringing scattered showers to the area, but nothing compared to the beginning of the week. There will be a short break Sunday before another strong system rolls through Monday/Tuesday bringing cooler temperatures, heavy rains and gusty winds.

Have a Wonderful Wednesday!

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn

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