A cold front will skirt to our north overnight tonight and for the most part will bring increasing clouds and wind across the region as we head into the afternoon and evening. Tonight will bring partly cloudy conditions to the region, though with almost a full moon tonight, all areas should be able to see the full lunar eclipse! The spots with the most clouds will be Douglas and Coos county as well as the northern Cascades, valley locations on either side of the Cascades as well as Siskiyou county should have no problem seeing the eclipse. For more details on when the eclipse occurs just look for this story on the weather homepage.
Temperatures will be about ten degrees cooler Tuesday after the front passes and for the rest of the week we’ll see a mix of sun and clouds. Our next chance for showers across the region will be Thursday afternoon and evening as another cold front moves through. Friday into Easter weekend dry weather will return but clouds will linger; 70s will return for west side valleys and mid-60s for the east side.
Meteorologist Megan Parry