Detailed Forecast

First Alert Weather Forecast

High pressure is quickly moving back into the Pacific Northwest and will keep fog in the forecast especially during the overnight and morning hours for the rest of the week. This will keep us dry and sandwiched between two storm systems, with one moving across the four-corners region and the other staying to the north into Montana.

Although temperatures will be slightly cooler, Thursday highs will still remain above average for the end of January. Expect patchy fog with some partial clearing during the afternoon as temperatures stay into the upper 30's. Winds between 5-10 mph from the SSW.

Tonight, temperatures will drop into the 20's as some more patchy fog develops across parts of the region.

Heading into the weekend highs remain in the 30's with mostly dry and partly sunny conditions.

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There are currently no severe weather alerts.

Current Conditions

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Almanac

Normal High:30°
Normal Low:12°
Record High: 47° in 1953
Record Low: -29° in 1979
Sunrise:7:46 am
Sunset:5:34 pm
Moonrise:1:24 pm
Moonset:3:22 am
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