Warmer tomorrow, before a midweek cooldown

Quite a Monday afternoon out there. We’ll stay mostly clear through sunset (7:44pm). Expect another chilly night ahead, though frost probably won’t be as widespread Tuesday morning.

Tomorrow the sunshine will continue to help push temperatures into the upper 60s. 

By Wednesday, temperatures cool off quite a bit. Storm systems in the Gulf of Alaska will start sliding towards us, bringing cooler temperatures and increasing clouds and rain chances. This will probably also bring us some light Cascade snow.  The best bet for rain in our seven day forecast right now, seems like Wednesday afternoon into Thursday morning. And again late Friday into Saturday.

Have a great evening, stay safe, and take good care of one another.

Chris McGinness
KGW Meteorologist