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Wet Tuesday, and much of this week, but Halloween brings a weather treat

Your forecast from the KGW weather team, updated several times daily. This includes the outlook around Oregon and in Southwest Washington.

PORTLAND, Oregon — We've got a wet Tuesday on tap. Rain looks to be fairly steady this morning, we may see some breaks in the rain from time to time this afternoon. It remains a little breezy as well, valley wind gusts may reach 25-30 mph today, with the Coast seeing gusts topping 40mph today.

High temperatures top out in the mid to upper 50s.  The Cascades will see snow, but pass level temperatures remains well above freezing so we're 

Wednesday should begin dry early, but it turns wet, as a warm front approaches with rain Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

The rain lifts north later Thursday and warm air remains in its wake. Highs will make the mid-60s.

The warm front changes direction and comes back as a cold front Friday morning with rain turning to showers and finally ending.

The weekend looks dry at this point. Showers will slip away through southern Oregon Saturday and the sly clears for the weekend. East winds develop Sunday for a sunny and warm day with highs around 60-degrees.

Stay safe and have a great Tuesday.

Take good care of each other.

Chris McGinness
KGW Meteorologist


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