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Dry Start to the Week

Dry Start to the Week

Posted: Mon Oct 22 06:03:36 PDT 2018
Updated: Mon Oct 22 06:04:51 PDT 2018

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nother sun-filled day to start off the week. many of us will see temperatures climb into the 70s. the coast will be cooler with fog and clouds from the marine layer keeping temperatures down. extended: a storm system will impact our region on tuesday. most of us will likely stay dry but some isolated showers are possible for inland areas along and west of the cascades later tuesday afternoon into tuesday evening. showers will be more numerous and scattered along the coast and in the coastal mountains with possible 1/10" to 2/10" expected . the system will bring everybody cooler temperatures tuesday into wednesday. the second system we're tracking continues to slow down and is looking drier for southern oregon and northern california. things could chance, but we're still keeping the chance for showers in southern oregon on friday. for next weekend, saturday is looking warmer and dry. on sunday, a much more potent storm system could impact our area bringing the best chance at widespread rain for the area. we'll have to see if that changes though with the forecast models in the days ahead. we of course will fall foliage is in full swing. this weekend i took a walk
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