Warmer & Drier Wednesday

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Through this evening there is the potential for a few rumbles of thunder along and east of the Cascades with peak activity in Siskiyou county. Any thunderstorms that do form will quickly diminish after sunset and shower activity in these areas will end by midnight. Wednesday will bring warm and sunny conditions across the region as the low pressure that brought this active weather dives south. Offshore flow at the coast will warm the Brookings area into the mid-70s while inland valleys will see highs near 80s and even the east side will see highs climb into the mid-70s.

With a trough setting up to our south the storm door will be open, what this mainly means is beginning late Thursday clouds will come and go with mostly cloudy to mostly sunny conditions Friday into Memorial Day Weekend. The Cascades may also see a stray shower in the afternoons beginning Thursday, though this is just a slight chance both Thursday and Friday afternoons. Monday a weak front will approach from the north with most shower activity staying to our north but a chance for isolated light showers at the coast for the holiday. For now I am not moving showers inland, however this is something we will monitor and may need to update as Memorial Day approaches.

Thanks for logging on and have a great evening!

Meteorologist Megan Parry

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