Weekend weather: Mainly dry with a slight threat of showers


Saturday will be the best day to hit the pumpkin patch

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – A mainly dry weekend is on tap, but if you’ll be outside come Saturday night, you might want to keep a rain jacket at arms reach.

We’ll see a slight threat of rain showers come the evening through Sunday morning. Showers may come sooner in the afternoon for the coastal region.

For those who have yet to hit the pumpkin patch, Saturday morning through the early afternoon will be the best time to do it!

Great weather is expected in the Columbia River Gorge for those who want to hit the trails. We’ll see partly sunny skies and highs in the mid-60s.

If you’re planning a trip near Mt. Hood, prepare for overnight temperatures near freezing. Recent snowfall and chilly temperatures have kept snow around in those higher elevations near 5,000 to 6,000 feet. The evening will bring a chance for light rain showers that may linger into Sunday morning.

Folks out in central and eastern Oregon should expect calm outdoor conditions for hunting, fishing or rock climbing. Partly sunny skies prevail during the day and chilly temperatures during the night.

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