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Cool start to the holiday weekend, warmer by Memorial Day

Plenty of sunshine today and temperatures pushes back into the 60s in a number of locations.  Winds have relaxed and Central Oregon was treated to a pleasant late May afternoon. 

Friday will be another mild day with highs reaching the middle 60s. The clouds will move in as the day moves along and some of the region may see a brief shower. The better chance for some light rain Friday afternoon will be along the east face of the Cascades (Sisters) and in Southern Deschutes County (La Pine and Sunriver). The rain will be light and widely scattered.

Saturday will be on the cooler side of normal by about 8 – 10 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies will best define the day, but I don’t expect to see any showers other than the mountains.  The Cascades may see a light shower or two during the afternoon, so you may want to at least pack some rain gear, but it will not be a washout day by any stretch of the imagination.

Sunday will be mostly sunny and dry with highs in the low 70s followed by a warm and dry Memorial Day.

Anyone planning to have any outdoor events to celebrate Memorial Day, the weather will cooperate.  Light winds and sunny skies will allow the area to be much more of a summer-type day.

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