Warmer weather on the way for the weekend! Skies should remain mostly sunny skies with a few high clouds rolling in for the afternoon. Rain is possible late Saturday into early Sunday, but overall the weekend appears dry.
The Willamette Valley should be under mostly sunny skies to begin the weekend. Clouds will increase all day long on Saturday however, and the afternoon will end up partly cloudy. High temperatures will warm to the upper 60s. Rainfall will arrive late Saturday night and may be around the region Sunday morning. The nature of the rain is light and intermittent. May spots may make it through the whole day without rain. Highs should end up cooler—only in the upper 50s. Next workweek has more sunshine on the way and potentially the first 70 degree day of the year.
The Oregon Coast will see mostly sunny skies early Saturday with clouds increasing all day long. The day will stay dry and temperatures will end up warm. Highs in the afternoon will easily make the mid 60s. A Few showers may appear Saturday night, and linger into Sunday morning. Highs will return to the 50s for Sunday, but rebound next week. Wednesday—for example—may have temperatures in the 70s.
The Umpqua Valley will see upper 60s around the region on Saturday. The morning will begin with sun and end with clouds. No rain is expected and winds should remain fairly light as well. A sprinkle or two is possible early Sunday morning, but most will still be asleep with the dry weather returns. Sunday’s highs however are trending cooler, only in the lower 60s. Monday through Thursday of next workweek should see a gradual warm up. Potentially seeing afternoon highs hit the 80 degree mark.
Updated Friday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on April 28, 2017.
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