Rain Last 24 Hrs. .00"
Rainfall for November 0.33"
Departure from Normal: -2.49"
Rainfall for water year October 1st 2018- September 30th 2019: 3.73" Departure from Normal: -2.06"
Rain since Jan. 1st (Annual): 19.66" Departure from Normal: - 8.04
Air Quality Finally Returns The Good Category.
A bit of north wind today helped to push the last of the smoke and haze from California wildfires out of the area. The Air Quality Alert for the region has been dropped. Expect fair skies tonight but chilly temperatures, Overnight lows falling into the upper 30s to low 40s. We'll seep plenty of sunshine on This weekend but expect strong east winds to return Saturday afternoon. Gusts at the west end of the gorge could reach 30-45mph. Places Like Corbett and Crown Point might see gusts to 70mph. Afternoon highs will be in the middle 50s. The dry pattern should last through Wednesday, long range computer models are suggesting rain returns next week.
Tonight's low 42
Saturday's high 55
Meteorologist David Salesky
Today's Record Temperatures