Rain Last 24 Hrs. 0.00"
September Rainfall: 1.57" Departure from Normal: 0.42"
Rain since Oct. 1st (Rainfall Year) : 30.01" Departure from Normal: -5.70"
Rain since Jan. 1st (Annual): 15.91" Departure from Normal: - 5.68"
Over 70 Days Of 80 Degree Days This Year.
It looks like we're going to keep adding to that total now through the end of the work week. An unseasonably warm and dry air mass remains in place across The Pacific Northwest. This evening overnight lows will drop into the upper 40s to low 50s, that is about average for this time of year. With plenty of sunshine and an offshore flow temperatures on Wednesday will climb into the middle 80s. That would put us about 12 to 15 degree above normal. Even the coast will see temperatures well above normal, highs will top out in the 70s. The very warm and dry pattern will hold until Sunday when a chance of showers might be possible.
Tonight's low 51
Wednesday's high 83
Meteorologist David Salesky
Today's Record Temperatures