The upper-low that produced thunderstorms and dropped buckets of rain, hail and gusty winds will push north overnight and thunderstorm and shower activity will be ending. Thunderstorms by 9 Thursday night will only be along and east of the Cascades and by 11 tonight all thunderstorms will be north of our viewing area. We’ll continue to see spotty showers overnight with shower activity ending for most by midnight. We could see isolated light showers north of Crater Lake tomorrow morning, but most areas will be dry tomorrow. This dry trend will continue into midweek with abundant sunshine and temperatures climbing 5 to 10 degrees above normal by Tuesday.
High pressure will build in from the Pacific, that means that means mid-80s for the east side and mid-90s for west side valleys. Off-shore will develop at the coast tomorrow and this will bring much warmer temperatures there in the low to mid-70s with Brookings climbing into the 80s by next week!
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Meteorologist Megan Parry