Yesterday Klamath Falls warmed to 64 degrees making it the warmest day of the year so far! Eagle Point was the warm spot in the Rogue Valley yesterday warming to 72 degrees and today will be the warmest day of the year so far with low 70s in the west side valleys, Siskiyou county and mid-60s for most on the east side! High pressure provides a block for storm systems, but it starts to shift south tomorrow which will allow a disturbance to bring scattered light showers late tomorrow through Friday to the coast and mountains, but I think inland lower areas will remain dry. With the shift of the high pressure our temperatures will also start to gradually cool, a trend that will last into next week. Another weak cold front will move through late Saturday into Sunday and this one will make it further inland as the high pressure continue to push east so from the coast to the Cascades we’ll see a chance for light showers, mainly Saturday overnight. A stronger cold front next week will bring more widespread rain and cooler temperatures starting Tuesday. With each passing cold front temperatures will get knocked down more drastically, about five degrees from Saturday to Sunday and another five or so degrees from Monday to Tuesday.
Share your weather photos with me on Facebook! Thanks for logging on and enjoy the weather this Wednesday!
Meteorologist Megan Parry