Very light and scattered showers at the coast with clouds, sunny and warm for inland locations. An interesting set up for the end of the week.
Today: The remnants of what was Hurricane Oho will bring clouds and isolated showers to the coast on Friday. In addition, the churning seas will be cause for a HAZARDOUS SEAS WARNING. Wave heights will range between 10 to 20 feet, with the highest being the breakers along the shore. Inland, skies will be mostly sunny and temperatures will be warm once again. Winds mainly southerly, 15 to 25 mph along the coast and in northern California.
Tonight: Clouds will remain at the coast and showers will fizzle out. Some patchy fog and low lying cloud coverage is expected in western valleys, mainly north of the Rogue Valley. Mostly clear skies for inland locations will keep temperatures running cool to cold.
Tomorrow: Tomorrow, a second cold front will roll a second line of showers into the Pacific Northwest. This second line of showers will come in with more gusto, leading to heavier rain at the coast, but showers will also have enough push to make it to the Cascades. The rain shadow of the Rogue Valley will limit shower activity to scattered in nature. Winds will also be a little gusty at times for the region due to the stronger cold front moving in. Temperatures will run lower due to the cooler air that moved in behind the first cold front.