A temporary period of dry weather will move through Oregon to begin the weekend. Shortly after, showers return and will likely stay through the majority of next workweek.
The Willamette Valley should see mid to lower 50s on Saturday with a few clouds overhead. Sunday will end up dry as well with a few showers possible late in the evening. Highs Sunday will stay in the middle 50s. The next storm arrives Sunday night and Monday morning. From then onward, cloudy and wet weather is here to stay.
The Oregon Coast will likely see highs in the middle 50s on Saturday. Skies will see a few clouds, but a decent amount of sunshine will make an appearance. No rain is expected for either Saturday or Sunday. Though Sunday will have a few extra clouds, especially in the afternoon and evening. Highs on Sunday will stay in the middle 50s. Rain returns Monday and will stay through the remainder of the workweek.
The Umpqua Valley has a few dry days on the way. The weekend skies should vary between mostly sunny and partly cloudy. No rain is expected for either Saturday or Sunday. Temperatures on Saturday will reach the lower 50s. On Sunday, upper 50s are possible. Then, as we get into next week rain returns and stay through the majority of the week.
Updated Friday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on November 17, 2017.
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