A small storm out across the Pacific Ocean moves into northern Washington on Thursday. This storm will bring a few extra clouds to Oregon and some cooler temperatures. Though no rain is expected.
The Willamette Valley will see high temperatures in the upper 70s and lower 80s. Winds will take on a westerly direction between 5 and 15 mph. Skies will begin mostly cloudy but by the afternoon sunshine should part through the clouds and the day will end under blue conditions. Friday will see a few early clouds as well, though not as many. Highs to end the workweek will be in the lower 80s. This weekend stays sunny with upper 80s on the way.
The Oregon Coast will see clouds and fog to begin our Thursday. The misty morning should give away to sunshine by the afternoon. High temperatures will reach the middle 60s. No rain is expected as the moisture moving in is only enough for clouds and fog. Friday will see a few morning clouds, but the sun arrives quickly in the afternoon. Helping to drive temperatures to the mid to upper 60s. This weekend has sunshine on the way as well with temperatures close to 70s.
The Umpqua Valley has a few clouds on the way for Thursday morning. Temperatures will take a minor hit as well—right around 80 degrees for daytime highs. Friday will rebound back to a fully sunny day. Highs will warm a few degrees, reaching the middle 80s. This weekend will see a lot of sunshine and high temperatures in the lower 90. Next workweek will remain in the upper 80s and lower 90s with plenty of sunshine.
Updated Wednesday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on July 19, 2017.
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