Today was a transition day from wet to dry so this morning was too chilly and this afternoon not too warm with clouds decreasing through the day. Tomorrow will be what we will see for the remainder of the work week with cold mornings for the east side and Siskiyou county with more mild afternoons as well as patchy morning freezing fog and abundant sunshine through most of the day. The coast will be the warm spot across the region will cool mornings and warm afternoons, climbing well into the 60s for the Brookings area due to the chetco effect while other areas in the low to mid 60s. Valleys will see more overnight and morning fog with areas of dense fog and freezing fog creating poor driving conditions. For the areas that get socked in the clouds and fog all day temperatures will struggle to climb out of the 30s while the higher elevations will climb into the 50s this week with sunny skies.
As high pressure builds in and an inversion sets up air quality will likely deteriorate for low lying areas and thus an Air Stagnation Advisory is in place for southern Oregon valleys through Friday afternoon. You can check current air quality levels on the weather homepage under ‘Weather Links.’
Thanks for logging on and have a great evening!
Meteorologist Megan Parry