Behold – It is Saturday, which likely will be the only dry day in the Portland area until Wednesday.

Patchy fog was expected over the area until 10 a.m. followed by clear skies and a high near 46, the National Weather Service predicted. The day started off with temperatures at or near freezing.

Saturday night, rain should begin after 10 p.m. with up to a quarter inch accumulation possible. The low will be around 38. Rain continues Sunday before 10 a.m. with a high near 45, with up to a half inch accumulation possible.

Sunday night, showers are likely before 10 p.m. with mostly cloudy skies and a low around 37.

And Monday through Wednesday, showers are likely with highs in the mid-40s. While Wednesday’s forecast calls a chance of showers, it’s also possible it will be partly sunny, which showers resuming Wednesday night.

— Allan Brettman

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