Happy Monday, Central Oregon!
Deschutes County is in a broad area that's under an Air Stagnation Advisory due to nearby fires bringing smoke into the region -- this advisory expires at 3 pm on Monday.
Monday morning was chilly, with temperatures in the mid-20s and some patchy fog across the region. Monday through Wednesday, we see the potential for freezing rain along the Cascades. Conditions will remain dry, except for patchy fog and light precipitation on Tuesday.
On Monday, we're seeing mostly cloudy skies, with it gradually becoming sunny as the day continues. Light and variable winds are about 5 mph. Monday night, we can expect patchy freezing fog and partly cloudy skies, with a low at Redmond around 25 degrees.
On Tuesday, we have a 10 percent chance of rain after 4 p.m. Patchy freezing fog will be sticking around Tuesday morning. We are in a warming trend that will last the majority of the week before we cool off late this week.
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