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Warming Trend Kicks Off

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High pressure will continue to be the main weather system in our area for the rest of the week which means areas of overnight fog and afternoon sunshine as well as a warming trend through the week. No significant precipitation is forecast for the rest of the week, however a weak cold front will slide down the front side of the ridge tomorrow afternoon through Wednesday. This weak front has a chance to bring some light precipitation to the northwest region of our area including Coos county and the Umpqua Divide region. The effect for areas further south will be a few more clouds.

After this weak front exists will return to sunshine across the region and a warming trend that will potentially warm the Klamath Basin into the 50’s and the west side Valleys into the 60’s. The warm spot for the rest of the week will be Brookings as the Chetco Effect will persist through the next several days some in the Brookings area may reach into the 70’s before the week ends!

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Meteorologist Megan Parry