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Still enjoying the sun? Good. Enjoy it for a few more days.
Today looks sunny. The free air freezing level (FAF), in other words, above the inversion, will be around 10,000’. Winds will be light, out of the N at 5-10.
Tomorrow will bring some high clouds. The FAF will be 10,000’ early, dropping to 8500’ by 4pm and down to 4500’ by 10pm. Winds will be W 5-10 early, going to NW 15-20 by 4pm and NE 15-20 by 10pm.
Thursday looks sunny, with very stable atmospheric conditions leading to no temperature gradient across elevations. It should be between 32 and 35 degrees from the surface up to 8000’. Winds will be E 5-10 on Mt. Hood.
Friday looks sunny. Saturday looks cloudy with a few flurries, with 1-2” of snow Saturday night. Sunday looks cloudy with light flurries. Monday looks dry.
Windsurfing and kiting conditions will be uninteresting today, with light west flow developing late. Tomorrow looks light. Thursday brings easterlies at 15-18. Friday brings easterlies at 24-28.
In events news, this Friday is round two of “Dimwits with Bright Lights.” Come ride mountain bikes (bring lights) with the crazy night riders of Cascade Locks at the EasyCLIMB trail. 6:15. The official email said “bring your weenie to roast at the bonfire.” I think that means bring food and s’mores fixings. It should be a fun time, so if you can stand riding in the chill, make plans to join the crew Friday night.
Have an awesome day today!
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