Rainfall Today: 0.00"
For August: 0.09" (-0.55)
Since January 1: 21.91" (+1.50)
Water Year (Starting October 1): 45.33" (+10.80)
Get ready for a fall-like feeling in the air- cool, damp and cloudy for the next several days.
We ended the month of August with a rainfall deficit. (- .55") Now, we'll see a shift in the overall weather pattern this week. Expect cloudy skies and occasional showers today. Daytime highs will be around 70 degrees as the cold front passes over our area. Tonight, skies will stay cloudy. Overnight lows will be in the mid 50s.
A second disturbance rolling in tomorrow appears to be stronger. Expect steady rain to develop by late afternoon tomorrow. Daytime highs will stay in the upper 60s. The evening and Friday morning will also stay pretty wet- wettest weather we've seen in weeks around Western Oregon and Southwest Washington. Labor Day weekend will turn dry after Friday.
Today's Record Temperatures