High pressure will shift further inland today, allowing high temperatures to climb even more so than yesterday. We’ll trend 2-5 degrees warmer throughout the day. The latest pollen counts are reading low for trees, grasses and weeds. The marine layer will be present along the coast early Thursday before receding west by mid morning. This will lead to mostly sunny skies along Coos and Curry Counties and clear conditions for inland areas by midday.
A weak disturbance will move through the Northwest Friday, bringing a strong marine push to coastal communities in the morning. Overcast conditions may even allow for some drizzle to fall the further north you are. Inland, we’ll keep clouds around at least through the first half of the day but no rainfall is anticipated. Temperatures will cool slightly Friday and Saturday from the passing of this front.
After this system moves east, the weather will stay inactive. We’ll keep high clouds around throughout the weekend but dry weather will be ongoing into next week along with warm temperatures.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese