The jetstream is hovering just to the north of our region which is where the majority of the cloud cover is. With clearer skies tonight we’ll see cold mornings return to the region and with moisture lingering from the last storm system areas of fog will easily develop from the coast to the basin overnight tonight into tomorrow morning. Areas of freezing fog are possible for our west side and east side valleys, this may lead to not only reduced visibility but also slick roads. Areas of fog will develop through the next several days with patchy freezing fog as well.
With onshore flow there is a slight chance for a few sprinkles for Douglas and Coos county this weekend, though most areas will be dry all weekend long. The next storm system will approach the coast Monday bringing rain to the coast late Monday into Tuesday. The bulk of this storm is going to push north of our region and only bring spotty showers inland Tuesday with only isoloated showers to the east side, though winds will likely be gusty early next week. Midweek looks to be drier and sunnier than the last week!
Meteorologist Megan Parry