Just a quick note to let you know we’ve got some very nice Labor Day weather on tap. A very weak cold front moves onto the Oregon/Washington coastline Saturday morning and dissipates as it moves inland. So other than coastal and Coast Range showers, the weekend should be dry. Actually I suppose the overnight/morning clouds Saturday night and Sunday morning could produce a sprinkle/shower, but that’s it.
Expect mainly sunny conditions in the eastern Columbia River Gorge, the Cascades, & all of central/eastern Oregon.
High temperatures rise a few degrees tomorrow, fall a little Sunday, then go back up above average Monday.
Coastal weather looks reasonable except for those light showers at times tomorrow…
and camping (or cabin-ing) in the Cascades looks fine as well. No thunderstorms in the mountains this weekend
Meteorological summer ends tomorrow night and I’ll be working. I’ll work on a recap of Summer 2019 and hopefully get that posted by Sunday.
Enjoy your weekend!
Chief Meteorologist Mark Nelsen