Rain last 24 hours: .00"
August Rain: .06" - .18"
Rainfall since October 1st (water year): 49.07" Departure from Normal: +14.94"
Sunny and warm weather remains in the forecast for a while.
There is no rain in sight in the forecast for now. Skies will be mostly sunny today around the valley. Daytime highs will be near 81 degrees. Skies will be partly cloudy overnight tonight. Low temperatures will drop to the upper 50s and low 60s.
Tomorrow, skies may start out cloudy over much of the valley but clear to sunny skies by afternoon. Highs will stop in the upper 70s.
The ridge of high pressure pumping out the awesome weather will stay over the region all week. It is expected to amplify and strengthen over the weekend and help produce even warmer weather next week.
Eclipse Forecast Update: Right now, computer models show limited clouds over the valley during eclipse time! Early indications show that we should be 'in the clear' for viewing from the valley around 10AM-- and even less low cloud cover in Central/East Oregon locations. There may be some low clouds on the North Coast in the morning ; with the Central Coast remaining clear to partly cloudy. Stay tuned --and expect more changes in the forecast as we get closer to the big event!
Today's Record Temperatures