A quiet day is ahead as high pressure begins building into the West today. A new and cooler air mass will keep temperatures below average today — in the 70’s and 80’s. Thursday will be feeling more like spring than summer! This won’t last long though, so enjoy it for what it’s worth.
Any low lying clouds at the coast throughout the morning should clear out quickly. That will make for even a pleasant day in Curry and Coos County with partly to mostly sunny skies.
By tomorrow, we tack on almost 10 degrees to highs. The warming trend carries into the weekend as triple digits return by Sunday for our valleys. The weather through Sunday will remain inactive with clear skies bringing very hot afternoons.
Early next week some monsoonal moisture from the Desert Southwest looks to creep high enough into our forecast area. This will allow the chance for thunderstorms to return to the forecast for Monday through Wednesday of next week. Right now, this threat only includes Northern California and the Klamath Basin.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese