Fairly quiet weather remains in place over the region. Patchy fog and partly cloudy skies this morning will make way for mostly sunny conditions by the afternoon. A cold front will pass to our north tomorrow and this will bring cloud cover to Southern Oregon, but most of the shower activity will be confined to the Coast, Umpqua Divide and north.
By the weekend, the first of several disturbances moves into the region. This weekend will be the start of a transition into a more active weather pattern over the Northwest. A cool air mass will move in following Saturday’s system, dropping snow levels and bringing snow showers to the foothills and higher terrain in the area through the first half of the weekend. With the cooler air mass in place, rain and snow showers will continue through early next week.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese