Warmer Tomorrow, Then Turning Cooler

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Monday Night Weather Discussion from Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton 

It’s clear skies for all inland areas tonight as the marine layer will only affect the coast. And even then, it’s fairly weak, so even the beaches will see sunshine quickly by tomorrow late mornings. We’ll start off in the low to mid 50s Tuesday morning.

A small “bubble” of high pressure is working towards the Northwest which will clear out any clouds and push temperatures back into the upper 80s and low 90s on Tuesday. Overnight lows will bump back up into the mid to upper 50s, getting uncomfortable for folks without A/C.

But it will be short-lived as another trough will sling “mini” cold fronts at Western Oregon starting Wednesday. While they won’t bring some much needed rain, they’ll kick the westerly wind back in which will push morning clouds back in the forecast and some cooler, ocean air by Thursday and Friday.  Highs should be back down into the 70s by Friday.

Have a great Tuesday!

– Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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