High pressure will be the main weather pattern for the week providing a blocking pattern so storms will stay north of our region all week. We’ll see abundant sunshine through the week with quick warm ups during the day and temperatures will drop just as quickly in the overnight hours. A Frost Advisory has been issued for southern Oregon valleys for early tomorrow morning.
Offshore flow at the coast will create the Chetco Effect the next couple of days allowing the Brookings area to warm to near 80 degrees, with some areas surpassing 80 around Brookings. That also means it will be breezy this afternoon with gusts to 25 mph. A trough will move through the east side today and this will also cause breezy conditions and keep temperatures from warming as much as yesterday, but still on the mild side. The west side will be in between the two systems so it will be a bit breezy this afternoon and temperatures will be very similar to yesterday. A warming trend continues through the week bringing us the warmest days of the year so far.
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Meteorologist Megan Parry