Local Alert Weather Forecast, Sun., Nov. 29, 2015
Happy Sunday, everyone!
Another night of record-breaking low temperatures out at Roberts Field in Redmond. This is the third night in a row during this cold snap, and our new record is -5 degrees. It seems that this high pressure system is weakening and moving to the southeast, which will allow some moisture and clouds to move inland.
Over the next few days, we'll see overnight lows in the single digits and teens still, but we'll slowly warm back up. Patchy freezing fog will still be with us through tomorrow in low-lying elevations.
Daytime highs on Monday should be in the lower to mid 30's for Central Oregon. We'll see partly cloudy conditions in the afternoon as clouds move in from the southwest. Some areas might not see sun at all tomorrow as the fog will remain overhead.
The fog should clear by Tuesday into Wednesday as some moisture moves in. We have a fairly good chance to see some scattered rain/freezing rain showers. This will create extra slick and icy roads.
Our temperatures are slowly warming back to the mid 40's and we'll plateau there by the end of the work week.
Make sure you carry chains or traction tires and allow yourself plenty of time when traveling. Drive safe out there and stay warm!