Another weak front swept through Oregon today, bringing cloud cover and light showers to the region. Clouds are going to clear through the overnight hours and a very cold night will unfold.
Frost advisories have been issued for Eastern Curry County, Jackson & Josephine Counties, the Cascades, the Siskiyous and most of Siskiyou County. Morning lows will drop near freezing and patchy frost is expected to form. Sub-freezing temperatures are likely on the outskirts of the valleys. Again, you will want to cover plants and vegetation sensitive to cold temperatures. These advisories are not only for Thursday morning, but Friday morning as well.
Winds will stay out of the North Thursday, which will keep temperatures on the cooler side still, but lots of sunshine will move into the Northwest. A stretch of dry weather will continue through Saturday with gradually warming temperatures.
Come Sunday, another disturbance will move in from the North and West and bring clouds and light showers again to the Coast. Chances for rain will be minimal in the valleys and mountains, elsewhere slim. Cooler temperatures will remain in place through early next week.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese