Sadly, May is the month with the highest amount of water-related fatalities in the Northwest and this year is no different.
Monday, May 25, 2015 Memorial Day
Mostly cloudy weather sticks around for the remainder of the holiday weekend.
A weak disturbance sweeping over Washington and British Columbia is keeping our area cool and cloudy. Occasionally, you may see drizzle or a few sprinkles west of the Cascades. Daytime high temperatures will be held back below normal again. We'll see high temperatures top off in the upper 60s today.
For those of you traveling through Eastern Oregon today, expect possible afternoon thunderstorms in the higher mountain elevations. Daytime highs will also be in the 60s.
Tonight, skies will stay mostly cloudy. Overnight lows drop to the mid 50s.
The area will see another warming and drying trend this week. Tomorrow, daytime highs will rise to the low 70s with additional sunshine in the afternoon. Daytime highs will reach up into the 80s by Thursday.