The Pacific Northwest will see some rain this weekend as the remnants of Hurricane Oho blow our way. As the storm arrives strong gusty winds and widespread rain will blow into Oregon. Come Sunday, sunshine and drier weather will fill back into the area.
In the Umpqua Valley a few showers will fall as well. Tonight should stay dry for the majority of the region. Still, a few isolated showers are possible tonight with low temperatures in the mid to lower 50s. Saturday will see spotty showers across the area. Rain is more likely for northern locations that southern ones. High temperatures for both Saturday and Sunday will sit in the mid 70s. Sunday morning will see the rain come to an end, the rest of the day should be dry. Monday into mid-week will see dry conditions and above average temperatures.
The Willamette Valley should see relatively dry conditions as we head through the overnight hours. Low temperatures will fall to the mid to lower 50s. Many areas will wake up Saturday morning to dry conditions, though come the noon hour rain will begin to fall across the area. Showers will come in waves, broken up by periods of dry conditions. Highs for the weekend will hover around 70 degrees. Come Sunday, rain in the morning will wrap up early and dry weather will make up the rest of the day. Monday through the mid-week much drier weather moves in with temperatures in the mid 70s.
The Oregon Coast will be inundated with rain as this storm system arrives. Winds will be strong through the weekend. Expect gusts as high as 30 to 35 mph. Rain will begin Friday night and continue through the most of Saturday. Highs on Saturday will be in the upper 60s. Come Sunday, highs will be around the upper 60s and lower 70s. Sunday will begin with showers, but they should end by the afternoon. Monday through the majority of next week appear significantly drier.
Updated Friday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on October 9, 2015.