High pressure still sits over our region and will continue to bring us sun and clouds heading into the next work week. Sky conditions start off clear this evening, before fog and low lying clouds develop after midnight. I think fog this evening will be very patchy as the winds are a bit breezy particularly along the Coast and to the east of the Cascades.
Some very weak disturbances will ride over the top of the high pressure ridge and push southward through Oregon into the next several days. One disturbance pushes South Monday, another Tuesday, and a third Wednesday. It doesn’t seem like Monday’s will effect the region, but Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s may. This will mostly likely just bring clouds to the Valley and Coast, with a slight chance for drizzle or a light rain shower to develop as well. The region overall will stay dry and if anything does develop it will be very isolated and light.
A thermal ridge nudges northward Thursday and Friday bringing warm temperatures to the area. The Rogue Valley will warm into the upper 50′s, and the Coast the upper 60′s! Mostly sunny skies will also make for a beautiful finish to this middle of February!
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