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Clouds Increasing as Showers Approach the Coast

Another warm and sunny day across Western Oregon today, but we are starting to see signs of the incoming system. Light cloud cover has made its way inland, and we should continue to see cloudy conditions through the overnight hours. The cold front will make its way to the coast late tonight around midnight, making its way into the Valleys by tomorrow afternoon. Another low pressure system is set up just behind, which will likely bring even more moisture into our region then the first. We can expect this system to make its way through Saturday night into Sunday morning before things dry up for the start of the workweek.

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Air Quality Alert in Effect

The Lane Regional Air Protection Association, LRAPA, reported air quality in the “very unhealthy” range for the Eugene/Springfield area Saturday night. The Oregon Department of Environmental Equality reported air quality in the Corvallis and Sweet Home as “unhealthy” Saturday evening and night.

Weather in the Classroom

Weather in the Classroom

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