Portland Region Forecast (Oregon City): Another Beautiful Week In The Metro Area

On July 8, the National Weather Service — Portland Office pointed out that it had been 22 days since Portland received a day with measurable rain (more than 0.01 inches). As of Monday, July 10, we’re at 24 days.

The last time the region didn’t see rain for this long was August 2016, when after 22 days the no-rain streak was broken Aug. 31. The longest number of days without rain on record is 71, which was ended on Sept. 1, 1967.

While there was a possibility for slight drizzling early Monday, the forecast for the rest of the week appears dry, sunny, and only partly cloudy.

Highs for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday will peak out right around 80 degrees, while Thursday and Friday could bring warmer temperatures reaching into the mid-to-upper 80s.

The weekend too appears to keep the warm, rainless streak alive, but Patch will bring a more accurate weekend weather update on Thursday.

Today, partly cloudy later this morning.

Tuesday July 11

Partly cloudy until afternoon. High 80, low 50.

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

Wednesday July 12

Clear throughout the day. High 81, low 51.

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

Thursday July 13

Partly cloudy in the morning. High 86, low 53.

Chance of precipitation: 0%. Wind 3 mph from the NNW

Friday July 14

Clear throughout the day. High 87, low 55.

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

Data provided by darksky.net.

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