11/1 Forecast

Posted by
Temira
Date
 November 1, 2010
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Good morning!

There’s a slow-moving, moisture-filled weather system thinking about heading our way today. Just in case we don’t end up in the Cascade rain shadow, get out this morning and enjoy the dry skies for a little bit.

If we don’t see the rain today, we won’t see much for the rest of the week.

High pressure sets up Wednesday and Thursday for strong east winds. 40ish at Rooster seems reasonable, with 30ish at Stevenson. Overnight temps in the low 40’s mean the morning session won’t be brutally cold, and by midday, temps should reach the low 60’s on Wednesday and mid to upper 60’s on Thursday for very nice kitIng and windsurfing.

That’s the weather forecast for Stevenson. The one issue we may have in Hood River is a developing inversion. It doesn’t look like a super strong Nothing will cover the Gorge, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see a fog layer both Wednesday and Thursday.

For fun stuff coming up this week, you have kayak polo at the Hood River Pool on Wednesday evening. On Friday, Dog River Coffee hosts the tele ski movie Freeheel Life II.

Have an awesome day today!

Temira

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