Patchy fog for us this morning but it will all lift up by lunch. Cloud cover will be increasing throughout the day as our next rain maker heads our way.
Today: Saturday will be dry to start out, but scattered showers come back in later in the evening. That being said, we'll see some sunshine initially, in addition to areas of patchy fog. Highs will be mainly in the 50's. Snow levels: rising from 7,000 ft. Winds: SE 5 to 10 mph.
Tonight: Showers increase in coverage and intensity for the Cascades and coast. The Rogue Valley will also see scattered showers. Snow levels: rising to 7,000 feet.
Tomorrow: Valentine's Day kicks off with scattered showers along and west of the Cascades. They'll taper off by the evening, but skies stay mostly cloudy. Highs top out in the 50's and 60's.