High pressure continues to sit over the region. A weaker low pressure air mass is also hanging along the Coastline, bringing clouds and light drizzle to Curry County this morning. Once the sun rises, cloud cover and fog will begin burning off/breaking up for the Coast, but temperatures will struggle to warm. Further inland, highs will remain well above normal.
The stretch of dry weather will continue into next week, but cooler temperatures are in the forecast. An upper level system will move in from the North Sunday, and by Monday the Klamath Basin will really see the impacts of this cooler air mass. This disturbance won’t bring much rainfall, if any to the forecast area, just breezy conditions and cooler temperatures for Southern Oregon and Northern California.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese