1pm temps are running 2-5 degrees cooler than yesterday at the same time, and we started a bit warmer as well. That’s a sign we’ve lost the very weak offshore flow we had yesterday morning. Yesterday the pressure gradient through the Gorge was flat at midday, today it’s up to 3.5 millibars PDX-DLS. Nature’s air conditioner (Pacific Ocean) is keeping us from having a major heatwave this time around.
Still, we’ll top out in the 90-95 degree range today. Hot, but nothing too unusual for July. But what a warm night…66 was the low at PDX.
I’m doing all the shows today so no time for a bunch of tech-talk and maps, maybe later.