Rain last 24 hours: .00"
August Rain: .06" - .18"
Rainfall since October 1st (water year): 49.07" Departure from Normal: +14.94"
A familiar pattern returns today- morning clouds and afternoon sunshine
Skies are mostly cloudy in the north valley areas this morning. However, it will be sunny and warm for the afternoon. Daytime highs will stay generally in the low 80s. Tonight, partly cloudy to mostly clear weather is ahead. Overnight lows will drop to the upper 50s.
Central and Eastern Oregon and the Columbia River Gorge will see sunny and breezy weather today. Temperatures will climb into the upper 80s in these locations. The weather pattern will hold for the next several days.
Eclipse Forecast Update: Right now, computer models show mostly sunny weather over the valley during eclipse time! (approx 10:17 AM) Early indications show that we should be 'in the clear' for viewing from the valley to Eastern Oregon locations. There may be some low clouds that wind up hugging the Central Coast, especially around Lincoln City and northward. Stay tuned --and expect more changes in the forecast as we get closer to the big event!
Today's Record Temperatures