Rain Last 24 Hrs. 00"
July Rainfall .02" Departure from Normal: - 0.36"
Rain since Oct. 1st (Rainfall Year) : 28.38" Departure from Normal: -5.24"
Rain since Jan. 1st (Annual): 14.28" Departure from Normal: - 5.22"
Portland Hits 100 Sunday! Hottest Day of 2018! Heat Advisory Through Monday Night!!!
A HEAT ADVISORY remains in effect for the Willamette Valley, portions of SW Washington, the Columbia River Gorge, and central Washington through Monday evening at 8 p.m. High temperatures are expected into the mid 90s for the metro area to near, if not at triple digits to the east.
Additionally, there's the threat of thunderstorms across Southern, Central and Eastern Oregon through Monday. A Red Flag Warning and Fire Weather Watch are in place across a large section of Southern Oregon that includes Klamath Falls and Burns and north to Bend and Madras.
An upper level low off the Coast of California is spreading moisture and instability into Southern Oregon. Meanwhile a thermal trough moved up the Coast from California and spread the heat north. Both hang around for Monday, but eventually migrate eastward and we should get a marine push to help moderate temperatures back to more seasonal 80s by Wednesday.
It's going to be dry all week, remember to water yards and gardens, late evening-overnight-early morning, that's the most efficient use of water, it'll save you money, and won't scald your plants and grass.
Tonight - Warm, mild - 67
Monday - HOT, Heat Advisory continues - 94
Tuesday - Not as hot - 89
Wednesday - A bit more relief, partly cloudy - 83
Today's Record Temperatures