Overnight tonight showers will taper off and shortly after midnight showers will end in full across the region. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for the Cascades and Siskiyous due to snow and winter driving conditions near Crater Lake, Diamond Lake and at times over Lake of the Woods. Temperatures tonight will be much cooler than the last several days as clouds will be on the decrease. Patchy fog is possible in valley locations, mainly on the west side with some fog possible in the Klamath River Valley, but fog will not linger long into Friday and sunshine will be increasing across the region through the day.
Friday will bring a brief drying trend as high pressure returns into Saturday, but late Saturday our next storm system arrives at the coast and overnight Saturday pushes inland. Rain and breezy conditions will be the story Sunday with isolated showers continuing into Monday. Tuesday dry and sunny weather returns as high pressure pushes the storm track north once again into the end of the work week.
Meteorologist Megan Parry