Another seasonable and sunny day across the area, and it appears there is no end in sight for this pleasant weather. Tomorrow will be a tad bit warmer but the cooler temperatures aren’t going to be gone for long. As we head into next week an upper-level-low will move down from the coast of Alaska to just off the Oregon coast which will return just below normal temperatures to our area next week.
Expect to see strong winds at the coast today with gusts up to 25 mph possile. As we head into tomorrow winds will calm and move onshore, so some areas may see patchy morning fog as the marine layer makes its way inland. As the low near Alaska approaches Sunday we’ll see increasing clouds and a chance for some scattered showers and drizzle at the coast Sunday through Monday morning, while inland areas should remain dry.
Thanks to the strong winds our area saw earlier this week blowing the smoke south, air quality across the region has improved and is currently ‘Good’ in all areas. For the most current air quality numbers you can find the link under ‘Weather Links.’
While the coast will see partly cloudsy skies through next week, inland areas should see plenty of sunshine over the weekend and through midweek.
If you have a weather question or want to share a weather photo or even a photo of you enjoying the weather, send it to me on my Facebook page and I’d be happy to answer it…maybe on air! Any photos may make it onto the morning show as I love using viewer photos to add some color to the newscast. I may also put your photos on the website, you can see all of them under the ‘WX Pix.’