Local Alert Weather Forecast, Friday., Oct. 24, 2014
Rain across Central Oregon has essentially wrapped up and the region will remain dry through the night and early parts of Saturday. The first of two parts of a storm system has finished sweeping across the state and we will be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy as we wait for the second part of the storm to arrive mid-day Saturday.
Tonight will be dry and cool. Cloud cover will be variable and low temperatures will fall to the upper 30s and lower 40s. Winds will be light as well, mostly from a southerly direction between 0 and 5 mph.
The start of the weekend will see dry conditions and mild temperatures. Overall, Saturday will be a mostly dry day. But between 10 am and 3 pm, rainfall will be off and on throughout the High Desert. Don’t expect high temperatures to warm up very much however. Highs will typically be in the mid 50s, which is below average for late October.
Sunday will be primarily dry as well. The morning will start with a few showers that will give away to drier weather in the afternoon. Skies for the later portions of the day will be mostly cloudy to partly cloudy. It will be a cold day. Temperatures will only be in the mid 40s.
For the start of next week, Monday will be temporarily dry. A few breaks in the cloud cover will allow a bit of sunshine to be seen. High temperatures will still be cool and in the lower 50s.
Come Tuesday, another round of rain is on the way for Central Oregon with mostly cloudy skies and cool, below average temperatures.