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Warm and Sunny This Week on Oregon / Washington Coast, Some Areas Over 60

Published 02/06/22 at 3:23 AM PST
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Warm and Sunny This Week on Oregon / Washington Coast, Some Areas Over 60

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(Astoria, Oregon) – Quite the run of sunny, even warm weather is in store for much of the Oregon coast and to some degree the Washington coast, as temps get up around 60 degrees or higher from Brookings up through the south Washington coast. The mid-Washington coast and northward get into the 50s. All areas will see quite a bit of sun through next weekend. (Photo courtesy Seaside Aquarium)

As the week wears on, some parts of the southern Oregon coast will get into the mid 60s and perhaps feel close to 80 degrees with the lack of wind. It will feel around 70 degrees on the northern Oregon coast in places, and parts of the south Washington coast won't be bad, either.

Saturday was already a sunny, cozy day down south, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).

“Of note, today Brookings Airport reached 71F due to downslope wind off of the coastal range,” the NWS said in its forecast discussion area. “Easterly winds there tomorrow are likely to be present early in the day and then wane in the afternoon. Therefore, it will probably get up to around 70F there again with the high around or before noon PST, followed by a bit of cooling along and near the coast in the afternoon as flow shifts to onshore.”

For all areas, Sunday may warm up but Monday and parts of Tuesday see a brief cool down and the possibility of rain.

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From Tuesday through Saturday, the central and north Washington coast will be partly to mostly sunny with daytime highs around 50 to the low 50s at times.

On the southern Washington coast and majority of the northern half of the Oregon coast, look for days that are mostly sunny from Tuesday through Saturday, and highs in the mid 50s to upper 50s. Thursday may be over 60 degrees in some areas.

On the southern Oregon coast, that's where beaches and beach towns really get warm, with daytime highs in the low to upper 60s from Gold Beach southward. Bandon and Coos Bay will still be up around 60 or higher through Saturday. Conditions in this area are forecast as mostly clear to all-sunny on most days, according to the NWS.


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“As the upper level ridge shifts inland Wednesday daytime highs will become progressively warmer and low level moisture will dry out slightly reducing the likelihood of widespread dense fog, areas of patchy fog and frost in the early morning are more likely,” the NWS said. “Offshore, downsloping winds should keep coastal areas clear and warm (upper 50s, low 60s) into Friday.”

Very low wind speeds combined with sunny weather on beaches will make the areas nearest the water feel even warmer, as the sun is reflected back from the ocean. Temps may be in the 50s or 60s but it will feel a good ten degrees more than that, including sandy areas, where the sun can also be reflected back to some degree.

Meanwhile, Sunday will see some fairly potent threats for sneaker waves along the entire Oregon coast. Some of that could last into Monday.

“While westerly swell heights will be on the decrease through Sunday, it appears that, given long wave periods, an elevated threat for sneaker waves will still exist,” the NWS said. “In fact, in some ways the lower wave heights may make seas appear calmer to the casual observer, though significantly larger swells may occasionally run up the shoreline to catch those on the beach by surprise.”

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