Temperatures will once again be on the climb as we roll through the week. "Rinse and repeat" is our motto.
Today: Today, we get another taste of the warmth. Sunny skies and strengthening high pressure will bring temperatures up another 5 degrees on average, leading to temperatures 10-15 degrees above seasonal average and close to daily records. Some expected to be tied or broken. Some patchy fog will be possible in the early morning along the coast. Winds: mostly variable 5-10 mph.
Tonight: Skies remain clear overhead. Temperatures, as a result will run cool to cold. Some temperatures in the Klamath Basin and High Desert will drop to near, or below freezing. Frost is possible on windshields and roadways.
Tomorrow: Wednesday, we go a little warmer over the inland region. The Chetco Effect will begin to break down at the coast, so Brookings will run a little closer to the rest of the coastal locations. Temperatures, still 10-15 degrees above seasonal average will again be close to records, and some will likely be tied or broken.