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  1. Yeah and also very cool, especially in Eastern WA/OR. Nevada had the coldest anomalies that month. August 1983 and 1984 were also on the average to cooler side west of the Cascades. Nothing like this month which will be warmer than normal.
  2. Meanwhile Las Vegas has seen its wettest monsoon season in 10 years. It's helped keep most of their highs so far in August under 100. Only 5 days of 100+ degree highs so far through the first 15 days, a record. The record for the whole month is 17 set back in 1968, 1983, and 1984. Interesting one of PDX longest dry spells in 1984 also occurred last time Las Vegas tied this record.
  3. The West Coast finger of warmth as they call it. So the Willamette Valley will become the present day Sacramento Valley in 30 years.
  4. First 90+ high since hitting 100 on the 7th. Gotta hit at least 90 tomorrow though for an official heatwave since Friday will only be in the 80s.
  5. I just read about the storm, it was on July 9, 1995. The supercell thunderstorm traveled almost 200 miles bringing flash floods, damaging winds and even a tornado along its path.
  6. I wonder if the baseball and grapefruit size hail were from the same storm? Here is what driving through grapefruit size hail would feel like. I'd be looking for a new car.
  7. Luckily I've never encountered a rattlesnake west of the Cascades. I've seen plenty of garter snakes though.
  8. Wow that's a nice size too. I don't like snakes but I understand they're an important part of the ecosystem. If they overpopulate then it's not good though. Do you live in an area with a lot of them around?
  9. You are living the good life Sir! Love following your pictures. Do you have an Instagram or other site where you post all your beautiful destinations?
  10. I would probably do the same thing if I wanted to see exciting weather and not just a sunny vacation. You can also tell them that July is the cheapest month to travel there so you can save extra money, maybe that will convince them. Typhoon season is June to September over there so you'll be right in the peak of it.
  11. The 00z EURO says what heatwave? For PDX, next Tue-Thu it shows 91/94/88 then big crash into the low 70s on Friday with some moisture arriving, mostly into BC/Washington though.
  12. It's money well spent though. The pictures and reviews of the place look excellent. Enjoy your life while you're still young dude and live it up!!!
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