Tonight: Tonight we will see mostly cloudy skies as high pressure continues to dominate over the region but is starting to pull away to our east. Overnight lows look to be in the low 40s with light winds with small chance of showers on the coast, but we will see patchy fog once again inland in the Willamette Valley.
Wednesday: We will start off with patchy dense fog off and on and mostly cloudy skies in the morning with temperatures in the low 40s. Mostly cloudy skies in the morning will turn partly cloudy in the afternoon as high pressure aloft will push away to our east and out of our region. Highs will be in the upper 50s to low 60s and light winds in the afternoon. The coastal cities could see some light rain but less than 1/10 of an inch is expected as a weak cold front and disturbance moves inland during the afternoon.
Late Week: The weather will turn partly cloudy by mid-week as the high pressure starts to move off to the east. This will in turn allow the jet stream to move back out of Canada and into our region. An upper level low storm system will then ride the jet stream into the Pacific Northwest starting Thursday evening into Friday. This will bring the return of cloudy skies and rain back for your Friday into the weekend.
Today's Record Temperatures