Not as wet of a start to the weekend is expected. Oregon will sit between the exit of a storm in California and the arrival of a storm on Sunday. A few sprinkles are possible now and then Saturday, but overall the day should mostly-dry.
The Willamette Valley will be cloud with rain around the region in the morning hours. Come the afternoon dry weather sets up. Skies will remain gray all day and highs will only warm to the upper 40s. The next storm will hit on Sunday and with it is widespread rain and some gusty winds. Sunday’s highs will be in the upper 40s. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday more rain is expected. Showers will be heavy at times as we head into next week. Highs will stay around 50 degrees early next week.
The Oregon Coast may wake up to a few light showers on Saturday. Though much of the day will exist without rain. Clouds will have low overhead with only a few rare glimpses of sun in the afternoon. High temperatures starting off the weekend should be in the lower 50s. On Sunday, mid 50 are expected with a lot more rain. The next storm system hits the coast early Sunday morning and will keep rain in the area through Monday and Tuesday.
The Umpqua Valley should see some clouds and rain this weekend. Though Saturday will be the drier of the two days. A few rain showers early Saturday will break apart and dry weather should set up for the second half of the day. High temperatures will be around 50 degrees. On Sunday, lower 50s are on the way with a lot more rainfall. The next storm hits Sunday and should keep wet weather in the forecast for the first half of next workweek.
Updated Friday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on February 17, 2017.
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