The upper-low that’s been off the Oregon coast will push inland during the day increasing shower activity as it does so with the bulk of the rain arriving this evening through tomorrow morning. The coast, Umpqua and Cascades will see the most rain with lesser amounts in the valleys and east of the Cascades. The potential for thunderstorms will be present this afternoon and evening across the region with favored spots in the northern Cascades and north Klamath and Lake counties. Thunderstorms will be isolated, not expecting a widespread thunderstorm outbreak.
Showers will ease up during the day tomorrow with fog and drizzle possible Thursday at the coast while inland areas start to dry out and return sunshine to the region. High pressure builds in just in time for Summer on Friday bringing more seasonable temperatures and more sunshine. We’ll stay warm through the weekend but could see some showers over the weekend with a cold front arriving Monday bringing widespread rain to the area and cooler temperatures a bit.
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Meteorologist Megan Parry