Wednesday morning will begin on a rather chilly note in the Klamath Basin, with frost quite possible for several locations. Temperatures will be warming rather quickly with the abundant sunshine, and even places that do not freeze will enjoy sunshine and warmer-than average numbers.
The atmosphere is setting up in such a way that Brookings might end up being the warmest place of all, as a ‘Chetco Effect’ really heats the air coming down the Chetco River drainage.
Although we have high pressure overhead, there will be a few clouds passing through the area. None are going to produce any rain, so our dry streak will continue through the weekend.
Highs in the valleys will be near 80 through the weekend, with coastal temperatures back near 60 starting Thursday. Basin numbers will climb into the lower 70s.
Dry weather continue into early next week, so we’ll continue with the cool morning start, warm afternoon finish.