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Saturday, January 16th, 4:00 A.M. 

Good morning!

It’s a cool and calm start to our weekend across northwest Oregon and southwest Washington. We have a mix of low clouds & patchy fog around the metro area, as well as some high elevation clouds passing overhead. All in all, it’s probably going to be a mostly cloudy day as a cold front approaches from the west. Luckily, the majority of the region will stay dry with temperatures climbing into the upper 40s and low 50s. Showers will arrive tonight, and will wind down by the mid to late morning Sunday. Most of our daylight hours will be dry this weekend, and highs should reach about 50 degrees on Sunday.

If our skies clear out Sunday night, it’s likely we will see valley fog form. Once the fog burns off, Monday should turn out to be a sunny & mild day. Cooler air will settle in Monday night with temperatures falling to near freezing across much of the metro area. Conditions will stay dry Tuesday, Wednesday and most of Thursday, but high temperatures will dip into the 40s.

Our next chance for showers will arrive during the back half of Thursday, and will continue into early Friday. It’s possible that our snow levels could drop to about 1,000 feet, so a dusting of snow can’t be ruled out for the highest points of the West Hills (and certainly the foothills of the Coast Range & Cascades).

Have a great Saturday!