TONIGHT: The coast will see rain, mainly after 4am. The overnight low will reach around 39. North winds could reach as high as 5 miles per hour and will become calm as the night progresses. There's about an 80% of precipitation. New precipitation could amount between a tenth and quarter of an inch of possible rain. Roseburg will see a slight chance of rain between 10pm and 4am, then rain and a chance of snow. Clouds will increase, with a low around 33. Wiinds will remain calm. At this time we predict little or no snow accumulation. Eugene will see rain, mainly after 4am. A low temperature around 34. Calm wind will become south winds around 6 miles per hour in the evening. The chance of precipitation is 80%. New precipitation could amount to less than a tenth of an inch.
TOMORROW: The coast is expected to see rain before 10am, then showers and possibly a thunderstorm after 10am. Daytime high is predicted to be near 46. West winds could range form 9 to 14 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 21 miles per hour. Roseburg will see rain and snow showers. That will become all rain after 4pm. The high will reach near 42. South southwest winds could reach up to 8 miles per hour. There's about a 90% chance of rain. Little or no snow accumulation expected. Eugene can expect rain as well before 10am, then showers after 10am. Highs reaching near 43. Southwest winds could reach 11 miles per hour. The chance of precipitation is 90%. New precipitation could amount between a quarter and half of an inch.
WORK WEEK: A northerly flow will head into the Pacific North West through the early part of the coming week. This will keep the region in a cooler than normal pattern. Snow levels will fall to down generally into the Coast Range and lower Foothills. Models suggest the snow level sets up somewhere around 1000 feet at lower elevations. The lowest will be in the north. The flow will bring a couple of shortwaves through for a continuation of cool weather with low snow levels and chances for showers. The first of the shortwaves coming down late tonight and Sunday moves through by Sunday evening. By midweek weak, the high pressure ridge will push most precipitation north into Washington. A cold front late in the week is expected to bring another round of rain and mountain snow back to the region.
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