Quiet Weather Settles Back into the West

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A high pressure ridge is beginning to move back into the West. This is going to keep the weather quiet over the next week with little opportunity for wet weather. Fog and low lying clouds will return to West Side Valleys into the coming days. Gradual clearing with little sun, only in the afternoons, will have high temperatures struggling to warm into the 40’s towards the middle of the week.

Outside of the fog, it’s going to be a sunny and mild week. An offshore wind will begin developing today, enhancing the Chetco Effect. By tomorrow, and through much of the week, highs will easily climb into the 60’s near Brookings. The 70’s certainly are not out of reach there. This offshore wind will keep the ridges breezy into the coming days.

The next chance for wet weather does not arrive until Saturday. Even so, it’s only bringing rain showers to the Coast. This front will slowly move east and fall apart once pushing onshore Saturday. As of right now, only the Curry County has rain chances for the weekend. Cloud cover will be the only impact inland.

Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese