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Monday, April 19th, 3:00 A.M. 

Good morning!

It’s another quiet start to the day (weather-wise) across northwest Oregon and southwest Washington. The marine layer is blanketing the coast, which will likely keep conditions cool this afternoon near the water. Areas inland won’t be quite as warm as this past weekend, as temperatures are only expected to rise into the low to mid 70s. Sky conditions should be mostly sunny, but you’ll notice mid to high level clouds streaming overhead. These clouds will be linked to a weak disturbance moving in from the west. A few showers will be possible along the coast during the back half of the day, but areas inland will remain dry. Part of the reason for that is a breezy offshore wind will keep the lowest levels of the atmosphere dry.

Tuesday and Wednesday will feature more pleasant conditions. Expect sunny skies with high temperatures in the mid 70s. Toward the end of the workweek, we’ll start to experience cooler conditions and cloudier skies. Afternoon temps will dip into the upper 60s Thursday and Friday, but our weather should remain mostly dry.

By Saturday & Sunday, we’ll switch back to more normal conditions for late April. Scattered showers should arrive between late Friday and early Saturday, and highs this upcoming weekend will only be in the low to mid 60s.

Enjoy the sunshine, and have a great week!