Portland Region Forecast (Oregon City): Clear, Sunny Week

We’re now well over 30 days without any rain in the Portland metro region. For some, this is a nice change of pace — a break from the same weather we see around here roughly eight or nine months out of the year. For others, it’s looking like the next sun break the area will get might just be the eclipse on Aug. 21.

The rainless streak looks to continue through this week, as forecasters with the National Weather Service — Portland Office call for sunny but partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid to low 80s all week.

Beginning Sunday, July 23, through Tuesday, July 25, forecasters have warned of the potential for thunderstorms to set fires in the Cascade range, noting more than 120 active fires are currently burning more than 1.27 million acres of forests across the nation.

Today, partly cloudy starting tonight.

Tuesday July 25

Partly cloudy until evening. High 88, low 58.

Chance of precipitation: 0%. Wind 5 mph from the NNW

Wednesday July 26

Partly cloudy overnight. High 84, low 59.

Chance of precipitation: 0%. Wind 5 mph from the NNW

Thursday July 27

Partly cloudy until afternoon. High 85, low 57.

Chance of precipitation: 0%. Wind 5 mph from the NNW

Friday July 28

Clear throughout the day. High 85, low 57.

Chance of precipitation: 0%. Wind 4 mph from the NNW

Data provided by darksky.net.

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