A storm system rolling into the Pacific Northwest will bring cooler, cloudier and wetter weather to the region over the next few days. Thursday should be dry with only increasing clouds. Come Friday spotty rain in the morning will become widespread by Saturday morning.
Temperatures will still manage to reach the mid 80s by the afternoon in the Willamette Valley. Skies will start partly cloudy and gradually increase throughout the day. The region will stay dry today, but showers arrive on Friday. Come Friday morning rain will begin moving in from the coast, showers will be very hit or miss on Friday. High temperatures will reach the lower 80s and upper 70s. Saturday will be wet, the heaviest periods of rain are looking in the morning hours, but even the afternoon will still pick of raindrops. Highs on Saturday should warm to the lower 70s. Sunday is also looking cloud, cool and wet.
The Coast should stay dry today. Clouds will be present across the area and winds will get gust as the next storm moves in. High temperatures this Thursday will be mostly in the lower 70s. Overnight rain will develop and carry into Friday. Showers are expected to be spotty and off and on. Friday’s highs will be in the upper 60s. Saturday and Sunday’s forecast is cloudy and wet with plenty of rain and temperatures in the 60s.
Across the Umpqua Valley skies will be partly cloudy this Friday. It should be dry with temperatures in the upper 80s. Starting Friday, cooler and wetter weather arrives. Friday’s rain chances are low, but temperatures will take a hit, only warming to the lower 80s. Friday night into Saturday morning showers are most likely. Both Saturday and Sunday will sit in the lower 80s and upper 70s with hit or miss showers across the reigon.
Updated Thursday morning by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on August 27, 2015.