EUGENE, Ore. -- A warm front will push into the Pacific Northwest on Monday, warming temperatures above normal back into the middle 60s. The normal high for the date is 62 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies will stick around for the coast and northern communities. More sunshine is expected in the Umpqua Basin.
A weakening cold front will be right on its heels, pushing southeast out of Washington on Tuesday. This will bring showers to region. The heaviest precipitation will be along the coast and north. Snow levels are expected to remain above pass level at about 8,000 feet.
High pressure will bring drier weather back starting Wednesday and Thursday. Though, with the recent rain, fog will be likely in the Valleys during the morning hours.
Another cold front will bring a slight chance of showers on Friday. Precipitation at this time does look light, but colder air will lower the snow to about 4,000 feet. The question still remains about how much moisture will be present. This will usher in cooler, dry conditions for the weekend.
For more weather information, go to the KEZI 9 News StormTracker 9 weather page.
- StormTracker 9 Forecast: Sunshine to follow showers
- StormTracker 9 Forecast: Sunshine to follow morning showers
- StormTracker 9 Forecast: Sunshine returning this afternoon
- StormTracker 9 Forecast: More showers arriving tonight
- StormTracker 9 Forecast: Showers to arrive Friday
- StormTracker 9 Forecast: Expect showers tomorrow
- StormTracker 9 Forecast: Sunshine returns; more rain on the way
- StormTracker 9 Forecast: Tracking sunshine and mild temperatures for weekend
- StormTracker 9 Forecast: Tracking cold mornings, sunshine-filled afternoons
- StormTracker 9 Forecast: Sunshine, dry conditions to continue