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 March 14, 2019

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Mt. Hood Snow Forecast – 5000′
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Mt. Hood Weather Forecast

It’s Thursday, and it’s sunny on Mt. Hood. With calm weather in the forecast for the next week or so, this forecast will suffice for Thursday and Friday. Details for Thursday: thin high clouds give way to slightly thicker high clouds this afternoon. The free air freezing level (FAF) will be 0′ early and will rise to 5000′ this evening. Wind will be W 5 early, WSW 15 in the afternoon, and W 5 overnight.

Friday looks sunny. The FAF will be 5000′ early and 6000′ in the evening. NO precip. Wind will be W 5 early and SW 5-10 in the afternoon and evening. Saturday starts out clear. Clouds move in midday, but precip is unlikely. The sky returns to partly cloudy or clear sky overnight. FAF: 6000′-6500′ for the 24 hour period.

If you’re thinking about heading to the mountain Sunday or MOnday, you’re heading up for corn snow and spring skiing. The freezing level will be 6000′ to 8000′ on Sunday and 10,000′ on Monday. Both days will have light enough wind to call it light and variable. The weather remains dry through at least next Thursday.

Gorge Wind

Easterlies continue for the next several days, at least. For Thursday, we’ll have 15-20 near Cascade Locks all day. Rooster’s wind will be 15-20 in the morning and 5-10 in the afternoon. Friday starts with 20-25 near Rooster and 15-20 near Cascade Locks. In the afternoon, the wind builds to 30-35 near Rooster and 25-30 near Stevenson. Saturday starts with 35-40 near Rooster and 25-30 near Stevenson. Afternoon easterlies drop to 10-15 near Rooster and 15-20 near Stevenson. More easterlies to follow…

JONES, SAUVIE’S, COAST: now on vacation for the fall and winter. Will return in spring.

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Hood River Weather Forecast

It’s a beautiful sunny morning with just wispy high clouds above. Those high clouds will probably thicken a bit this afternoon, but no precip will fall. Temps will be in the upper 20’s early and upper 40’s later. East wind. No rainbows. Friday starts out clear with a chance of Nothing and ends up sunny. Temps will be near 30 early and in the upper 40’s later. East wind. No rainbows. Saturday starts out clear with a chance of Nothing. Mid-level clouds move in midday and mostly go away overnight. No precip. Temps will be in the low to mid 30’s early and upper 40’s later. East wind. No rainbows. The weather looks dry through at least next Thursday.

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Road and Mountain Biking

Hi everyone! Syncline is still half-covered in snow. It’s also in a freeze-thaw cycle. Apparently quite a few people have been trying to ride it, which has left muddy, messed up trail. It’s not rideable yet, folks! The next week of relatively warm weather will help melt the snow, but even then, we may need to give it some time to dry out. Please spread the word, because muddy soil is delicate and easily damaged. Don’t do this to the trails, and don’t do this to your bike!

Upcoming Events

There’s by-donation yoga at 8am at Flow. That’s followed by $5Tai Chi at the Hood River Adult Center at 2:30, community yoga at 6pm at Samadhi in White Salmon, and free Tai Chi at Our Savior Church in Bingen at 6. There’s Zumba at Mid-Valley elementary at 6:30. At 7am on Friday, there’s the Kickstand Coffee Run, where jogging or walking 4 miles gets you a free cup of coffee and a donut. There’s a by-donation yoga class at Yoga Samadhi at 4:15 on Friday afternoons.

Random Morning Thoughts


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Have an awesome day today!