A chilly start this morning with the low temperature this morning near 36. There is a disturbance to the north that is pushing showers into coastal Washington. The line of showers extends southwestward and the clouds can be seen out off to the west. We do have weak high pressure over our area, but we may still see the tail end of this line of showers brush the northern zones. Winds today will be light with the high pressure and a high temperature today near 54. With clear skies tonight, and light winds, areas of fog are possible, the low drops to near 36 again.
The high continues to move across tomorrow so we see mostly sunny skies after any fog clears but tomorrow night we see increasing clouds signaling the approach of the next front that brings a chance of rain Sunday morning with a fast moving front then rain is likely by Sunday night with another front. High temperatures in the low 50s to upper 40s.
The rain eases Monday but an upper level trough of low pressure moves across and brings a chance of rain Tuesday then we watch a low pressure area on Wednesday that will bring some rain and winds to areas to the north as it drops southeastward into the Vancouver Island region. This far out, change sometimes happens. This gives us a chance of rain Wednesday, but we will go with mostly cloudy and dry for Thanksgiving. Highs into midweek around 51, lows around 39.
PORTLAND, Ore. — The Oregon Health Authority today is reporting the largest daily number of COVID-19 cases and deaths since the beginning of the pandemic in Oregon.
Tillamook County Update
Our count currently stands at 109 total cases, at the close of business yesterday (11/19/20), with one person hospitalized.