Monica Guza

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Name: Monica Guza
Date registered: May 12, 2014

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  1. The Summer Heat Goes On — July 29, 2014
  2. Unsettled Very Warm Weather All Week — July 28, 2014
  3. Our Summer Storm Is Here — July 22, 2014
  4. More Showers Before Sun Returns — July 21, 2014
  5. One More Hot Day Then Cooling Off — July 15, 2014

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The Summer Heat Goes On

High pressure is hanging on over the West keeping us warm and dry. The high is spinning up warm unstable air from the Desert Southwest. That is keeping our inland temperatures warmer than normal and sparking thunderstorms along the Cascades and into Central and Eastern Oregon. Wednesday will be very warm again with temperatures topping … Continue reading »

Unsettled Very Warm Weather All Week

High pressure is centered over the Desert Southwest spinning warm, unstable air into the Pacific Northwest. This will keep inland temperatures well above normal, into the 90′s and maybe warmer, all week long. Every afternoon there will be a chance for thunderstorms to bloom along the Cascade Range. Tuesday and Wednesday look like the best chance … Continue reading »

Our Summer Storm Is Here

Thunderstorms have been rolling up from the south throughout the afternoon Tuesday and will fire well into the evening. Overnight those will quiet down but then a new weather system moves in from the Pacific. Rain turning to showers will keep Wednesday the coolest day of the week. More rain and fewer thunderstorms are expected … Continue reading »

More Showers Before Sun Returns

A strong low pressure system is beginning its move through the Pacific Northwest. Light showers are possible Tuesday afternoon and evening. Otherwise mostly cloudy and cool for everyone. Wednesday the main front moves through and we will see showers off and on all day. Temperatures will stay in the 70′s inland and low 60′s along … Continue reading »

One More Hot Day Then Cooling Off

Temperatures will be in the 90′s for one more day then the cool down begins. The ridge of high pressure over the west will be slowly flattened out by a low pressure system coming in from the Pacific.  This means we will begin to see more cloud cover in the morning and cooler afternoon temperatures … Continue reading »

The Sun Is Back

Morning cloud cover helped keep us a bit cooler than expected Monday. Now high pressure is back in control of the West and we will start heat up Tuesday and Wednesday. High temperatures inland will get well into the 90′s but not break the 100 degree mark. The coast will clear in the afternoon and temperatures will … Continue reading »

Warm And Sunny Week Continues

High pressure remains locked in place over the West. But monsoonal moisture coming up from the south is bringing clouds and mountain thunderstorms to us. This could cause some unsettled weather beginning Friday and into the weekend. Some afternoon cloudiness held down high temperatures a bit Tuesday. Wednesday will not be quite as warm because I … Continue reading »

Very Warm Temperatures All Week

A ridge of high pressure is parked over the Pacific Northwest and it is sticking around all week and into the weekend. This means the weather you’re seeing today is the weather you’ll be seeing a week from now. Along the coast the temperatures will remain mild with plenty of cloud cover to start the … Continue reading »

Fabulous Fourth Forecast

Our one day heat wave is cooling  rapidly as a weak front moves in from the Pacific. This front brings with it the return to our more typical westerly flow and normal early July temperatures. Wednesday will start with morning clouds along the coast and in the valley becoming sunny and warm in the afternoon. Temperatures will … Continue reading »

A Mini Heat Wave Then A Nice July 4th

A strong ridge of high pressure is centered over the Pacific Northwest right now. It has shifted far enough inland to set up a light offshore flow for Tuesday and when that happens it gets very warm, very fast. The National Weather Service has posted a Heat Advisory for the Willamette Valley, The Coast Range and the … Continue reading »

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