High pressure remains over the region leading to another cold morning and areas of freezing fog, we’ll see the thickest fog near the Grants Pass area which will prevent a lot of daytime heating. Areas that wake up without fog will warm to just above normal for this time of the year, while areas that see the fog linger will be well below normal. This will be the trend through tomorrow and air quality will continue to be poor until we finally see some change on Wednesday.
A cold front will be passing through on Wednesday and we’ll see the winds pick up and precipitation fall along and west of the Cascades, with lighter snow showers falling on the east side. This cold front will help to mix up the atmosphere and improve air quality. We could see a few light showers linger into Thursday and Friday with another storm system moving in this weekend bringing more precipitation to the region.
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Meteorologist Megan Parry