Normal August Pattern

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Friday August 12
It’s going to warm up again.  Here are the details.  
After a pleasant weekend ahead, temps will begin to edge upward into the 90s next week.  Wed & Thu are likely to be the hottest of the week, with mid-upper 90s for just about all locations inland a bit from the coasts of OR, WA.  Puget Sound?  Yeah, toasty there, as well.  Triple digits possible in the usual hot spots, such as southern OR and, as the week progresses, the Columbia basin.
Relief?  By Fri Aug 19, the onshore ‘fan’ will turn back on, but it is modeled to be just strong enough to tap down afternoon highs a bit, west side.  The weekend of Aug 20,21 is trending notably cooler than the previous week, even for eastern locations.  We do not see major thunderstorm action, at this time.  
Week of Aug 22-26 is trending a bit warmer for a couple of days, then cooling down into the pleasant range the start up of the Oregon State Fair on the 26th.  No rain on the charts, either by thunderstorm or pacific storm.  The last weekend of August is charting as ’summer-warm’, with temps climbing back into the upper 80s, to low 90s, west side.
Overall, we forecast dry & warm-to-hot for the remainder of August.  Let’s call it ’normal’.  Enjoy.
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