Celebrating the Spring Holidays

11PM WEATHER FORECAST: These showers bring Labor Day flowers.

11PM WEATHER FORECAST: These showers bring Labor Day flowers.


A NEIGHBORHOOD STREET. NATASHA IS BACK AND LAST NIGHT WAS SOMETHING ELSE. TODAY, A LOT MORE MELLOW AND KIDS ARE IN SCHOOL AND THEY DON’T HAVE TO DEAL WITH 98 DEGREES. NATASHA: REALLY, A FORECAST EVERYBODY CAN ENJOY. YOU’LL GET SOME SLEEP TONIGHT. KIND OF A PERSONAL ISSUE. DAN: I NEED TO CATCH UP. LAST NIGHT, I GOT ROCKED OUT OF BED. NATASHA: ME TOO. AND THEN I GAVE A LESSON ON THUNDERSTORMS AT 5:00 IN THE MORNING. 69 AND PORTLAND, DEW POINT 61. LET’S THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A SECOND. WHEN DEW POINT GETS ABOVE THE 60 DEGREE MARK, WE CAN OFFICIALLY SAY YEAH, THAT’S KIND OF IN THE HUMID RANGE. THAT’S WHEN THINGS FEEL A LITTLE BIT STICKY, NOT FLORIDA STICKY, NOT MINNESOTA STICKY, NOT THE EAST COAST. THERE’S A DIFFERENCE. BUT FOR US, IT’S SOMETHING WE NOTICE. WINDS OUT OF THE WEST AT SIX MOLES PER HOUR. HOW HOT WAS IT? 86 WAS THE HIGH IN SALE AND — SALEM, 85 CORVALLIS. WE DID REACHED THE 70’S, EVEN WITH RAIN ON AND OFF. RAIN TOTAL SINCE MIDNIGHT, ONLY A FEW HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH. BUT IF YOU WERE UNDER THOSE THUNDERSTORMS, YOU ACQUIRED A LOT MORE RAIN, MORE LIKE 3/10 OF AN INCH. SALE AND UP 2/10 OF AN INCH. NOT A LOT ALONG THE COAST. LOOKING OUT TOWARDS PENDLETON, AGAIN DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU WERE, IF YOU WERE RIGHT UNDER THE THUNDERSTORM, YOU GOT A LOT OF RAIN. WHEN WILL BE HELPING US OVERALL. WE HAVE WIND OUT OF THE SOUTH ALONG THE COAST, BUT NOTICING FOR THE VALLEY, WE HAVE RAIN FROM THE WEST. THAT WILL HELP ACT AS AN AIR CONDITIONER FOR US. SO, LOOKING AT A LOOP OF THE NEXT THREE TO FOUR HOURS, MOST OF THE THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY TRANSFERRED TO SEATTLE. WE’RE PRETTY MUCH DONE WITH THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY. YOU MIGHT GET THE OCCASIONAL SHOWER. BUT THAT’S ABOUT IT. IT WAS PRETTY UNSTABLE THIS MORNING AND TODAY, THAT’S GOING AWAY FOR US. IF YOU’RE GOING TO BE SPENDING TIME IN EASTERN OR CENTRAL OREGON, HERE IN THE NEXT FEW HOURS, YOU’LL CONTINUE WITH SHOWERS, HEAVY AT TIMES. OTHERWISE, THE OVERALL TREND IS WE ARE GOING TO START GOING OUT. PDX TOMORROW, WAKING UP TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES, 66 DEGREES. NOT EXACTLY A LOT OF RELIEF OVERNIGHT. TOMORROW’S HIGHS ARE IN THE UPPER 70’S, EXPECTING MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES. FOR THE WEEKEND FORECAST, NEXT CHANCE OF RAIN, WE COULD SEE A FEW SPRINKLES BY SATURDAY NIGHT, ESPECIALLY AT THE COAST, ESPECIALLY NORTHWEST OREGON. EVERYWHERE ELSE, YOU’RE SEEING A TREND THAT IS PRETTY DRY. CHANCE OF RAIN THROUGH SUNDAY MORNING AND THEN SHOULD BE CLEARING OUT JUST IN TIME FOR LABOR DAY. SO HERE YOU GO, GIVING YOU SOME LOW 80’S FOR THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS WITH OVERNIGHT LOWS IN THE LOWER 60’S. DAN: MUCH, MUCH NICER. ANYBODY SAW THE SEAHAWKS GAME SAW THEY GOT RAINED ON A LITTLE BIT.


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