Local Alert Forecast

Local Alert Weather Forecast, Monday., Oct. 20, 2014

Cool and wet conditions will continue across Central Oregon through the rest of the day and into the overnight hours. A storm system is moving into northern Washington and is moving at a fairly rapid pace. The result will be showers that end overnight tonight and a Tuesday that is sunnier and drier. But it doesn’t last for too long, by Wednesday another storm system arrives in the Pacific Northwest and will bring cool and cloudy weather back to the High Desert.

Tonight will have rain showers early and drier weather later. Skies will gradually be clearing overnight with partly cloudy skies by morning. Lows tonight will fall to the mid to upper 30s. Locations to the east, such as Prineville, will dry out faster tonight than western locations like Sisters.

Tuesday will have a few clouds early in the day, but by the afternoon sunshine will be across the area in full force. Temperatures will be a little warmer as a result of the extra sun. Highs will warm to the upper 50s and lower 60s with winds primarily from a westerly direction.

Heading into Wednesday conditions will be dry. But by the afternoon hours heavy rain will sweep across Oregon and bring the High Desert more moisture. Temperatures will still manage to be in the lower 60s, but rain will be widespread in the afternoon and evening.

-Travis

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