TONIGHT: The Coast will see a chance of showers before 10pm, then rain after 10pm. Lows will be around 43 with winds out of the South southeast wind up to 11 miles per hour. Roseburg will see an 80% chance of Rain, mainly after 10pm. The low will be around 39 with winds out of the East up to 7 miles per hour. Eugene / Springfield will see rain mainly after 10pm. Predicted lows are expected to be around 37. Winds will be out of the South up to 10 miles per hour. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible.
TOMORROW: North Bend / Coos Bay will see 90% chance of rain, with thunderstorms possible after 10am. The high is predicted to be near 51. Winds will be out of the South around 11 miles per hour. New rainfall amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible. Roseburg will see rain, mainly before 4pm. A high is expected to be near 48. Winds staying calm out of the South southeast up to 9 miles per hour. Eugene / Springfield will see a 90% chance of rain before 10am, then showers likely after. There will be a high near 45. Winds out of the South around 9 miles per hour. New precipitation will amount between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible.
WEEKEND: An upper level trough will move through southwest Washington and northwest Oregon this afternoon will move east of the area and weaken tonight. The offshore low level flow and strengthen tonight and Friday as another low pressure system approaches the region. Moisture will spread north and across the forecast area late tonight and especially on Friday. Additional "bands of precipitation" are expected to rotate onshore around the parent offshore low this weekend, with the next one on Saturday midday. Winter weather will return again in the Columbia River Gorge, Upper Hood River Valley, and the Cascades. Additional waves of moisture will continue through this weekend into early next week, with drier more seasonable weather returning next week. The weather service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Friday for the Columbia River Gorge and the Upper Hood River Valley for a good part of Friday. They predict the Cascades will see some snow but below advisory thresholds for that area. Look for more snow in the Gorge and Upper Hood River Valley with cold rain in the north interior.
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