Showers have ended and as the sky clears, temperatures will drop into the 20s. Fog will form in the valleys and with sub-freezing temperatures, it may freeze on road and other surfaces making slick spots.
Thursday afternoon will turn sunny but remain cool with highs in the 40s.
A new weather system drops down from the northwest Friday. If the precipitation begins early enough, it may begin as snow in the valleys. But there should be little if any impact as it will melt on contact and then turn to rain as temperatures warm.
Saturday brings more valley rain and mountain snow, with showers and sunbreaks on tap for Sunday.
Temperatures are likely to continue to be below average for the rest of the month.
Have a great evening,
KGW Chief Meteorologist
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