Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy overnight and another round of cool temperatures is likely east of the Cascades by Sunday morning. Patchy frost in the Basin will only be around for a couple hours as mostly sunny skies warm temperatures.
A cooler air mass is in place across the Northwest and this will again keep Sunday afternoon much cooler than we have been used to in recent weeks. Highs will be in the upper 60’s and lower 70’s east of the Cascades and the low to mid 70’s for the West Side.
At the Coast on Father’s Day morning clouds will break and lead to clearing skies into the afternoon. There will be a few showers by mid to late morning at the Coast, with a better chance the further north you are. Still, no measurable rain is likely with these showers but just a few sprinkles. Skies will stay mostly sunny across inland locations.
Cooler temperatures stay in place through Tuesday before highs climb above average again for the second half of the week. There is still no moisture heading our way throughout the next week or so, other than Monday night in the Klamath Basin where a few showers will develop.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese