Today the weather will be cloudier in the afternoon than the morning or evening hours. Showers move in for counties bordering Oregon or for counties on the coast. These showers, however, will be very light. Despite increased cloud cover, we will still see highs reaching the low-80s.
Tomorrow and Friday high temperatures soar into the upper-80s as a ridge of high pressure in the Pacific strengthens. 90s will be possible but I have not called for yet. Sunny skies remain.
This weekend highs dip into the mid-80s as the ridge of high pressure weakens slightly from distubances moving into Canada and the Pacific Northwest. We will stay dry however, as those systems will be too far North to bring us an significant moisture for showers to produce.
Next week, the ridge of high pressure not only strengthens but it shifts from off the coast to directly overhead. This will lead to highs possibly soaring into the 90s.