Temperatures will be slightly cooler (near average) and there's another shot at a shower or two to start the weekend.
Today: On Saturday, a 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 more widespread showers at the coast, but a few isolated showers should make it to the Cascades. The rain shadow of the Rogue Valley will limit shower activity. Winds will also be a little gusty at times due to the passing front. Temperatures should be slightly cooler as well. Winds mainly southerly 10 to 20 with gusts to 35 mph possible.
Tonight: Clouds will increase for inland areas and a few isolated showers will be possible, especially early. Some patchy fog and low lying cloud coverage is expected in western valleys, mainly north of the Rogue Valley.
Tomorrow: The sunshine returns just in time to close out the weekend. Expect just a few clouds and seasonable temperatures across the region.