Weather Alert



Dog Days of Summer

by Keisha Burns

Updated today at 5:02 AM

It’s a tough week for people to sleep again as the weather will be dominated by hot temperatures. This is true with minimal chances for precipitation.

Highs will range from the mid 80s to mid 100s.

Be sure to limit outdoor activities during the afternoon when temperatures will be warmest. Seek shaded areas often to cool off, stay hydrated and never leave and person or pet in a parked vehicle.

High pressure will maintain a dry and warm pattern across the Pacific Northwest through the weekend with sunny days and mostly clear nights.

Mid and high level moisture will be transported northward into parts of Oregon with some instability showers and thunderstorms at times.  As a result, fire danger remains high over portions of the region including south central Oregon, over the mountains and areas east.

Stay Cool!

Keisha Burns/NWCN First Alert Weather