A low pressure that has been rotating off-shore for over a week will finally push inland into the evening bringing spotty showers to the coast tonight with showers spreading inland during the day tomorrow. Instability will be building during the day leading to thunderstorm formation, with peak activity between mid-morning and the afternoon. The Cascades will see numerous showers tomorrow and scattered thunderstorms with isolated showers and thunderstorms west of the Cascades, and only a slight chance for thunderstorms at the coast and in northern California. Lake and Klamath county could see isolated showers and thunderstorms this evening, with activity picking up again tomorrow by mid-morning. The main threat for storms tomorrow will be abundant lightning, gusty winds, heavy rain and potentially small hail.
Tomorrow will be the most active weather day before a high pressure builds in from the Pacific and brings much calmer, warmer and drier weather to the entire area. The coast will experience breezy offshore winds which will warm Brookings into the 80s this weekend with the rest of the coast in the 70s with plenty of sun! Abundant sunshine and a warming trend for inland areas starting Friday and lasting through much of next week.
Thanks for logging and and have a great evening!