A weak cold front will bring more clouds to the area on Saturday with even a few showers possible in the afternoon, mainly at the coast, Cascades and east side. Any showers will be relatively light with periods of steady showers over the Cascades at times. Snow levels will be a bit lower tomorrow, down to 6,000 feet, so we could see another dusting over Crater Lake but for the most part shower activity will be in the form of rain.
Sunday we begin our transition to a warmer, sunnier and drier weather pattern as high pressure builds in from the west. Temperatures will rebound to near normal next week with mid-70s for the west side and mid-60s for the east side. The coast will be under the influence of the Chetco Effect in Brookings with upper-70s expected in that area early next week. As early as tomorrow we could be seeing the valley fog season begin, which could continue into early next week.
Meteorologist Megan Parry