Breezy conditions continue through Friday and Saturday thanks to an upper level trough that will move along to our north. Coos Bay/North Bend will see gusts up to 35mph with northerly winds 15 - 25mph through Friday afternoon and calming some by Saturday. Because of these windy conditions - Gale & Hazardous Seas Warnings are in effect until Friday night at 11pm pdt. Roseburg and Eugene will stay breezy as well with northerly wind at 5 - 15mph.
The wind contributed to cooler temps Friday and Saturday. Afternoon highs will be in the low 80s across the Willamette Valley with 60s along the Coast.
The next shot for rain comes by the end of the weekend, but will be out of our area with any showers/storms developing over southern Oregon.
We're tracking another high pressure system that will start building over the region Monday. This will bring back hot, dry and sunny conditions through this coming week. The Willamette Valley returns to the low/mid 90s. The Coast will be above average as well in the low to mid 70s.
Rain chances remain slim to none through the weekend and coming work week.
Today's Record Temperatures