Storm Tracker 9

First Band of Showers Have Departed, but More Are on the Way

A wet start to your weekend as showers moved into the area early this morning. There is still a potential for isolated drizzle as the morning progresses, but we should stay dry especially by the afternoon. We are still in a Wind Advisory here in the Willamette Valley until noon, and the coast will continue to be in a Wind Advisory as well until 2 PM this afternoon. Showers will return late tonight and into Sunday morning as a second low pressure system moves through our region. We should see more rain involved in this system due to the fact that the atmosphere is already saturated and our temperatures are cooler. The sun will make an appearance on Monday, warming temperatures slightly, but showers will return through the midweek.

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Weather in the Classroom

Weather in the Classroom

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