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Local Alert Forecast

Local Alert Weather Forecast, Mon., Apr. 27, 2015

Warm air from southern California is blowing into the Pacific Northwest from the south. This airflow is ahead of a storm system that will gradually cool things down for the next few days. Though, this storm will have a minimal impact on the region. Even the cooler temperatures will only drop into the mid 60s later this week.

Tonight will continue to see clear skies. Winds will remain light as well. Overall it will be a very comfortable day with lows dropping into the lower 40s.

Tuesday will be sunny again. A few clouds are expected to develop in the afternoon as the approaching storm’s cold front begins to move in on the Oregon Coast. Central Oregon high temperatures on Tuesday will reach the lower 70s. Winds will be light, but increase in the late afternoon and evening.

Wednesday will be a cooler day. Skies will vary from mostly sunny to partly cloudy. Highs will be in the mid 60s. An isolated thunderstorm or two may march over the region, but only a few places will see any rain. The majority of the High Desert will remain dry.

Mid to lower 60s are on the way for Thursday. This will be the coolest day all week. Skies will shift between mostly sunny and partly cloudy, but overall the day will be dry.

--Travis

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