Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Friday June 14
Bit of an adjustment in the forecast, relative to our last report, so let’s review that change.  Mug time.
As expected, a cold Low will move its way into the PNW this weekend.  So, expect increasing clouds & cooler temperatures beginning later today, with showers likely Sat & Sunday.   Given the cold air aloft, scattered showers & thunderstorms are probable this weekend, with the Saturday being the wetter of the 2 days.  Still, not a complete washout.  
The good news is that the earlier modeled storm for Mon/Tue next week is not going to develop.  While we could catch a shower here & there early next week, generally it will be on the drier side, vs this weekend.  Mild temps.  Then, by mid-week, expect temperatures to begin to build up for a warm, even hot (east side) period from Thu Jun 20 through the following weekend, Jun 22,23.  Medford could tease out high 90s that weekend.
For the week of Jun 24 - 28 models are projecting an increasing onshore flow early, with a return to a Low moving in for increasing clouds and the chance for precipitation.  Indeed, the final weekend of June 2024 is trending rather chilly and DAMP.  Early yet on this, so expect another adjustment.
Bottom line: following a cool, showery period this weekend, we should have a decent stretch of WARM & dry weather for the better part of a week.  
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