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Mt. Hood Snow Forecast
It’s Sunday morning, and there’s a mix of stars and snowflakes on the hill. At least there was at 5am. The clouds and flakes will decrease today, leaving the mountain under clear sky. The free air freezing level will be 5500 early, rising to 8000′ overnight. Wind will be light southerly all day.
Monday looks sunny and warmer. The free air freezing level will be 8000′ in the morning and 9000′ in the afternoon and evening. Wind will be S 15 early, SSE 20-25 in the afternoon, and S 20-25 after midnight.
High clouds roll in early Tuesday, bringing light rain followed by light snow. The snow level will be 9000′ early, 6500′ midday, 5000′ in the evening, and 1000′ overnight after the sky clears. The GFS and ECMWF disagree on the amount of precipitation. Call it 1/3” to 1/2” rain during the day and maybe an inch or two of snow overnight. Wind will be S 20-25 for the first half of the day, SW 15 in the evening, and WNW 10-15 after midnight.
Wednesday looks clear in the morning and cloudy in the afternoon. The free air freezing level will be 1000′ early, 5500′ in the afternoon, and 4000′ overnight. No precip, other than a few snowflakes in the morning and also perhaps in the wee hours after midnight. Wind will be WNW 10-15 early, S 15 in the afternoon, and SW 15 overnight. Light snowfall returns Thursday afternoon.
Random Morning Thoughts
Given the fact that I am barely awake due to an hour being spirited away last night, I think I’ll pass on reflections today. Instead, I’m going to download all those photos of white sprinter vans sent to me by world travelers. May you feel blissful in the sunshine today. Have an awesome day!
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Gorge Wind Forecast
The easterlies winderlies will blow for the next couple of days. For Sunday, we’ll have 20-25 through early afternoon near Rooster Rock. Less wind at Stevenson. After noon, the wind will fade to 10-15. Monday looks like E 35-40 in the morning with 15-20 in the afternoon. Tuesday’s wind will be nearer Stevenson, with E 15-20 in the morning. Tuesday afternoon brings the wind around to W 13-16 east of Hood River.
Gorge Weather Forecast
It’s high overcast to start the day, but we’ll have sunshine later. Temps will be near 40 early and near 60 in the afternoon. East wind. No rainbows. Monday looks sunny and warm. Temps will be near 40 early and near 65 in the afternoon. East wind. No rainbows. High clouds move in Monday night for a nice sunrise Tuesday. Sprinkles in the morning give way to afternoon clouds. East wind early. West wind in the afternoon. 79% chance of rainbows.
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Road and Mountain Biking
I’m sure the dirt is perfect all over the place. So is the pavement. You should make time to enjoy some of it! Ciclovida plays at Rockford Grange on the 16th. That one’s about Brazilians cycling around the country saving seeds. This will appeal to gardeners and cyclists. 5:30pm. Soup first.
There’s by-donation yoga at Samadhi at 9am, ping pong at the Armory at 10am, meditation at Flow at 11am, pickup touch rugby at the Hood River Waterfront Park at 11am, YogaFaith at Pure Yoga in The Dalles at 4pm, and restorative yoga at Pure Yoga in Hood River at 6pm. . Meadows has a party at the Nordic Center on Sunday. The following Friday is the movie Ciclovida at the Rockford Grange. Set your clocks ahead tonight.
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Have an awesome day today!
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