This weekend’s rain & wind event has now wrapped up across the region. Light showers are popping up on the radar along the Coast, but it’s likely all of the rain is not even reaching the ground. The onshore wind is helping to bring cloud cover to the region but mostly dry conditions are expected into the overnight hours. Tuesday will bring more sunshine, but cool morning temperatures with lows near freezing in the Klamath Basin and mountains.
With the storm track just to our north, a weak front will move through yet again tomorrow. This is going to bring clouds into the afternoon hours but all areas will start off mostly sunny other than the Coast. Light showers are in the forecast for Curry County. Wednesday another front will follow, and this system will drive further inland so the valleys and mountains will then see a chance for light rain showers. Snow levels will drop to roughly 4,500’-5,000’ so Crater Lake will likely catch snow showers from this system.
By Thursday, a stretch of dry weather will begin and temperatures will gradually warm back to average values by Saturday across the region.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese