WEATHER FORECAST: A few hours of dry weather ahead on our last week of the summer.


JENNIFER: GOOD TIPS. THEY SHOULD PROBABLY HAVE A RAIN JACKET AT THIS POINT. NATASHA: THIS ENTIRE WEEK HAS BEEN A SOAKER, COMPLETELY. SO WE ARE WELL ABOVE NORMAL FOR OUR MONTH-TO-DATE TOTAL AT PDX, OVER THREE INCHES AND WE ARE ADDING TO THE TOTALS BECAUSE WE ARE STILL SEEING RAIN. BUT NOT AT SEASIDE. LOOK AT THAT, NICE MOST OF THE DAY, 61 DEGREES, WIND OUT OF THE NORTHWEST AT SEVEN MILES PER HOUR. OVER AT STOLER WINERY, THIS CELL IS GROWING, WE ARE SEEING TOPS TO 12,000, 13,000 FEET. 60 DEGREES HERE. LET’S SHOW YOU WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE ON RADAR, AS SOON AS WHAT — AS SOON AS WE TALK ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING IN PORTLAND, WE GO TO KILLINGSWORTH AND WE GET PRECIPITATION RATES CLOSER TO TWO INCHES PER HOUR. NOW THIS IS STARTING TO LOSE STRENGTH, BUT IT IS MOVING PRETTY SLOW, OUT OF THE NORTH OF THE SOUTH. IT WILL BE LOSING STEAM OVER THE NEXT HOUR OR SO. THIS IS THE OVERALL PICTURE. NOW WE GO TO LAFAYETTE, DAYTON, MCMINNVILLE, ISOLATED SHOWERS CONTINUE, BUT MOST AREAS ARE DRYING OUT NICELY. THE OVERALL MOTION, COMING FROM THE NORTHWEST AND SLIDING SOUTHEAST, HAS EVERYTHING TO DO WITH THE TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE. THERE IT IS, VERY WELL-DEFINED IN THIS WATER-VAPOR IMAGERY. YOU CAN SEE THE OVERALL MOTION FOLLOWING THAT LINE FROM THE NORTHWEST, DIVING DOWN AND COMING BACK UP AND AROUND. MOST OF THE LIGHTNING ACTIVITY IS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN OREGON. WE CAN STILL SEE ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS YET TONIGHT, BUT OVERALL THE TREND IS STARTING TO DRY THINGS OUT. TOMORROW MORNING, WE ANTICIPATE AREAS OF FOG AND MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES. MID-DAY, THINGS BREAK UP, PARTLY CLOUDY FOR THE AFTERNOON AND STILL DRY ON THURSDAY. AND THEN ON FRIDAY, WE START OFF MOSTLY CLOUDY, THEN THERE IS A CHANCE FOR MORE RAIN, THE LIGHT VARIETY, BY THE TIME WE GET TO FRIDAY NIGHT. SATURDAY IS A DAY FOR US TO REALLY DRY OUT, ANY CHANCE OF SPRINKLES WILL BE PRETTY MUCH LIMITED TO HIGHER TERRAIN. WE GET TO SUNDAY, THERE IS YOUR RAIN, STARTING AT 7:00 IN THE MORNING THROUGH H: 30, ARRIVING IN THE INLAND VALLEYS, THE DALLES, — MORNING THROUGH H: 30 ARRIVING IN INLAND VALLEYS, THE DALLES, MADRAS. TOMORROW MORNING WILL BE ONE OF THOSE MORNINGS WHEN YOU DON’T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THE UMBRELLA. BUS STOP FORECAST, 56 DEGREES IN THE MORNING, AREAS OF FOG POSSIBLE. 67 DEGREES WILL BE YOUR AFTERNOON TEMPERATURE. MANY OF YOU WILL SEE ARLIE CLOUDY SKIES, WIND OUT OF THE NORTHWEST AT 80 MILES PER HOUR. TOMORROW AT THE COAST, A FEW SUN BREAKS, TEMPERATURES IN THE MID-TO-UPPER 60’S, OVERNIGHT IN THE 50’S, INLAND VALLEYS WARMER COMPARED TO TODAY, LOW 70’S MCMINNVILLE, SALEM. EXPECTING 70 IN KELSO. CENTRAL AND EASTERN OREGON TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE MID TO UPPER 60’S. LOOK AT THE OVERNIGHT LOWS, BURNS GETTING DOWN TO 37 TOMORROW EARLY IN THE MORNING. 52 YOUR HIGH AT GOVERNMENT CAMP, OVERNIGHT 45, THE DALLES UP TO 73, HOOD RIVER AFTER ALL THE RAIN, NICE, PARTLY CLOUDY, 60 SEVEN DEGREES FOR A HIGH. SEVEN-DAY FORECAST, FALL STARTING MONDAY. JENNIFER AND JEFF, DO YOU CALL IT FALL OR DO YOU CALL IT AUTUMN? JEFF: FALL. JENNIFER: FALL. NATASHA: I HAVE A FRIEND NAMED AUTUMN AND I FEEL STRANGE SAYING, IT IS AUTUMN. JENNIFER: IT IS PROBABLY ONE OF MY FAVORITE SEASONS. BESIDES SUMMER. WE WILL BE RIGHT BACK.

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