A mostly dry day is ahead as sky conditions clear behind yesterday’s storm system. Gradual clearing will bring warmer afternoon temperatures than Monday. Areas of fog across West Side Valleys are likely this morning as well.
Partly to mostly sunny skies will continue into Wednesday, with temperatures again trending a few degrees warmer than today. By Thursday, another round of fronts will bring rain to the coast and showers inland. A warm front looks to bring rain into the coast by mid to late morning Thursday and showers by midday over Josephine County. Later in the day these showers will spread further inland.
Snow levels look to be very high with this disturbance and that will keep most of the precipitation falling as rain. A cold front will then move ashore Thursday night, keeping showers around through Friday. For now, the weekend looks dry but with partly to mostly cloudy skies. There is a weak disturbance just to our north and a few isolated showers are likely along northern coastal sections on Sunday. If this system shifts a little further south, showers will need to be added back into the forecast for Southern Oregon.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese