High pressure is centered over the Desert Southwest spinning warm, unstable air into the Pacific Northwest. This will keep inland temperatures well above normal, into the 90’s and maybe warmer, all week long. Every afternoon there will be a chance for thunderstorms to bloom along the Cascade Range. Tuesday and Wednesday look like the best chance for the strongest storms. These thunderstorms could drift into the Willamette Valley and Umpqua Basin. This basic weather pattern will last into early next week.
Along the coast, the weather pattern will stay stable for you as well: morning cloud cover burning off to afternoon sunshine and high temperatures in the 60’s. The afternoons will be breezy with north winds around 15 mph with higher gusts.