A storm system moving up the Oregon Coast is bringing clouds and rain the Pacific Northwest. Rain showers will be most prominent in the Willamette Valley and the Cascades tonight and Thursday. Showers will slowly drift eastward and bring Central Oregon a small chance for some rain. Winds will be gusty as showers move through.
Tonight will stay warm as relative humidity increases and skies stay cloudy. Temperatures will fall to the upper 40s and lower 50s. Showers will be isolated with many locations staying dry, but a few areas will pick up some rain as this storm moves through.
Thursday will be a cool and cloudy day. Rain will be light and off and on all day. Temperatures will be much cooler due to mostly northerly winds across the state. Most areas will get to the lower 70s, but western locations will struggle to reach the upper 60s.
Friday the storm moves out of the Pacific Northwest and skies clear. Temperatures will remain cool despite that skies will be mostly sunny. Highs will only manage to warm to the mid 70s, which is average for mid to late September.
Starting this weekend temperatures rebound back to the 80s. Skies stay sunny as high pressure builds back into the area. Winds will be light and overall skies will be sunny.