Clouds stay with us Thursday, but a few peeks of blue sky will warm temperatures during the afternoon.
Today: Skies will remain partly to mostly cloudy for today as we still sit under tropical moisture being pulled into the Pacific Northwest. High pressure will again keep showers well to our north. A little more of a break in the clouds will allow for temperatures to run 2-5 degrees warmer for the afternoon. Winds: mainly out of the south 5-15 mph with occasional gusts to 20.
Tonight: Overnight, skies remain mostly to partly cloudy, leading to another round of mild to cool low temperatures. Patchy fog is expected along the coastal corridor and some extreme western valley areas. Otherwise, good visibility is expected for much of the region.
Tomorrow: Tomorrow, clouds will be limited to the coast as a weak cold front moves in. Mostly sunny skies will be present across much of the region due to strengthening high pressure. The incoming front will bring a chance for scattered showers to the coast, with amounts being minimal. Winds from the decaying Hurricane Oho will be present as the front moves in, leading to Hazardous sea conditions and large wave heights. A HAZARDOUS SEAS WATCH will be in effect from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday. Large breaking waves expected through this time, mainly north of Port Orford. **NOTE: Oho has downgraded to a post-tropical system and only minimal effects are expected as it passes.**