9/2 Forecast

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 September 2, 2011

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Ever try to get in to see your chiropractor, only to be told you’re waiting a few days? Every been hurt on a Saturday? Hood River Chiropractic, located downtown above Flow Yoga, can help you out. Docs Michelle and Alex (who rips Post Canyon all the time) can get you in, even on a Saturday. These two understand you don’t want to slow down because you’re hurt. They’ll work with you to formulate a recovery plan that allows you to keep doing the things you love (like ride Post). They take insurance, they offer cash discounts, and they’ll make sure you get the treatment you need. Finally, if you need some supplements (no, not EPO or HGH), they’ll do customized nutritional analysis to make sure you’re only getting the supps you really need. To book an appointment, give them a call: 541-406-0849. Two of the lucky people on the email version of this forecast will win free chiropractic appointments this week.

A weak system pushed across the state last night, and that’s going to give us the last westerlies for a few days. We’ll see 20-23 from Stevenson to Mosier this morning, holding through midday, and then slowly fading this afternoon.

A strong ridge of high pressure builds in this afternoon and tonight, and that will turn the wind offshore. Tomorrow morning brings east wind in the 22-25 range from Rooster Rock to Stevenson and light wind near Hood River. Tomorrow afternoon we’ll see east wind pick up to 10-15 from Viento to The Dalles.

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On Sunday, we’ll see highs near 90, with east wind at 15-18 near Stevenson in the morning, fading to 5-10 in the afternoon. There’s not much wind in the extended forecast either, with Monday through Wednesday looking like wakeboarding and standup paddling weather.

In events, come on down to the warming shelter coalition’s dunk tank tonight at 2nd and Oak in Hood River at 5:45 and knock me into the water, and if you’d prefer to get back at Katie Crafts, she’s on the hot seat at 7.

Coming up tomorrow, it’s day one of the Sandy Super D race, with a chainless downhill race. And then on Sunday, it’s the actual Super D race, so cheer from afar for our local riders, many of whom have a shot at a medal. And finally, on Sunday, don’t miss the CGWA swap meet at the Hood River Expo Center.

Have an awesome day today!


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