There was more sunshine in the Rogue Valley today, with the exception of Grants Pass, where fog and cold temperatures remained though most of the day. Outside of the foggy areas, highs were in the upper 50′s were common above 2,500 to 3,000 feet and higher.
This zone of high pressure will remain entrenched over the great state of Oregon through Tuesday. Then, Wednesday, a weak front bill hit the high pressure (like a bulldozer moving a hill). The first blow will only be a “glancing hit”, but several other bulldozing storms will follow later in the weekend and the following week…keeping the polluting high pressure zone from reestablishing itself.