Another push of rain is expected across Western Oregon Saturday night as a Pacific Storm System moves into Washington State. Rainfall will be heaviest along the coast, but inland locations will also see showers. Skies will remain cloudy with only a few occasional breaks in cloud cover.
Across the Umpqua Valley rain may fall overnight. Skies will stay partly cloudy to mostly cloudy with showers developing after midnight and continuing until 4 or 5am. Overnight low temperatures will be in the upper 50s. Sunday should be fairly dry once the rain stops Sunday morning. It’s still possible for a spotty shower or two in the afternoon. Highs on Sunday will hover in the mid 70s. Monday will be drier with more sunshine and temperatures near 80 degrees.
The Willamette Valley will be wet again tonight. Rain will develop for western locations first and roll eastward. Showers are expected in the region mostly between midnight and 5 am. New rainfall amount will range between 0.10” and 0.30”. Overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s tonight. Sunday will have a lot of cloud cover with a few peeks of sun. Most of the rain will fall in the early morning hours, but the day may see a stray shower or two. Highs will sit in the mid to lower 70s. Monday will be dry with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid to lower 70s.
Along the Coast conditions will stay wet. More rain will fall overnight with the heaviest showers between midnight and 8am. Temperatures tonight will fall to the mid 50s. Sunday will stay cloudy with more breaks in the rain. Afternoon temperatures will warm to the mid 60s. Winds are going to stay gusty throughout the rest of the weekend. By Monday winds will calm and skies will clear. Tuesday is expected to be drier with more periods of sunshine and temperatures in the lower 70s.
Updated Saturday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on August 29, 2015.