Storm Tracker 9

FORECAST: Dry Start to the Workweek

High pressure will continue to bring dry weather into the workweek. Skies will be sunny along the Coast and in the Cascades. Valley fog will develop each night, but should burn off in most areas by the afternoons. Temperatures will vary greatly depending on when the fog burns off.

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Temperatures
Satellite/Radar
Night Planner
Day Planner
Visibility
Pollen
Ski Report
Weather Almanac
Weather Cam: Downtown Eugene
Weather Cam: Albany I5
Weather Cam: Roseburg
Weather Cam: Siskiyou Summit
Weather Cam: Sea Lion Caves
Weather Cam: McCullough Bridge
Weather Cam: Santiam Pass
Weather Cam: Willamette Pass

Weather Discussion

FORECAST: Dry Start to the Workweek

High pressure will continue to bring dry weather into the workweek. Skies will be sunny along the Coast and in the Cascades. Valley fog will develop each night, but should burn off in most areas by the afternoons. Temperatures will vary greatly depending on when the fog burns off.

Weather in the Classroom

Weather in the Classroom

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