Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Friday July 16
Quick forecast, as there are no major changes foreseen in the summer pattern.  Mug time.
Dry for the next two weeks.  No Rain.  Fire risk will remain High.  
Warm-to-hot temperatures will likely occur during the following periods: this weekend, the weekend of July 24,25, and the last day or so of July into the first couple days of August.  In between, temps will be pleasant with an onshore flow & possible morning marine clouds.  Showers may develop east side & along the east slopes of the Cascades in the July 25,26 period.  Coolest period ahead looks to be the last week of July. 
There will likely be adjustments as to timing of the warmest days ahead, but overall, normal July weather can be expected.  Enjoy with caution, relative to the high fire risk.
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