PORTLAND, Ore — East winds are increasing now across western Oregon. It’s going to be a cool and windy Saturday, but we should get some sun under a partly sunny sky.
An area of low pressure off the northern California coast will spin a band of precipitation north across Oregon Sunday. It may begin as light snow in the Willamette Valley before turning to rain later in the morning. There may be some minor accumulations of an inch or less before the transition to rain happens.
The precipitation will be heavier in the south valley than the northern valley.
East winds taper off Sunday, but highs and lows will both be in the 30s.
Monday through Wednesday will be dry and partly sunny, with highs in the 40s.
Valley rain and mountain snow will return Thursday.
Stay warm and take good care of each other.
KGW Chief Meteorologist
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