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100 Degrees Headed for Inland - Oregon / Washington Coast Near 70

Published 07/28/21 at 5:55 PM PDT
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100 Degrees Headed for Inland - Oregon / Washington Coast Near 70

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(Manzanita, Oregon) – Another heatwave is coming to Oregon and southwest Washington, bringing temps up to around 100 on Thursday and Friday in the inland regions. However, the Washington and Oregon coastlines will remain below 70 degrees, making that the go-to place to get away. (Above: Pacific City)

Meanwhile, the extreme south coast will hover just above 70 degrees, living up to its “banana belt” nickname.

The National Weather Service (NWS) offices in Portland, Seattle and Medford have already put out a few heat advisories into place for some regions, especially east of the Cascades and along I-5.

“You heard it right, temperatures are going to rise this Thursday & Friday,” the NWS said in a bulletin. “The most likely scenario is that temperatures will be around 95-100° in the Willamette Valley, with the highest temperatures experienced on Friday. The coast and Cascades will be cooler, but will still be warm. These temperatures are fairly consistent with a 'normal' heatwave for this area this time of year, but don't let that fool you. There is still a risk to sensitive populations, children and pets. Please refer to your local emergency managers for resources available to you.”

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It won't be the fiery heat dome that resulted in temps over 110 degrees last month, but it's still prompting emergency services in various counties to be on alert.

The Portland area through Eugene are under a heat advisory.

“A Heat Advisory beginning at 11 a.m. tomorrow has been issued to account for this heat,” the NWS in Portland said. “Anyone can reduce his/her risk of developing heat-related illness by drinking plenty of fluids, staying in an air-conditioned place as much as possible, and avoiding intense physical activity outdoors during the hottest portion of the day (from around 2 – 8 p.m.).”

As you head north towards Olympia, Washington's temps aren't nearly as high, leaving Seattle without a major heatwave.

For the bulk of the Oregon and Washington coast, highs get into the upper 60s on Thursday and Friday, which may start out a little cloudy but burn off to very sunny conditions.

Saturday through Wednesday are forecast around the upper 60s, with some spots getting a little higher, and generally sunny conditions – a forecast that is similar for the central Washington coast down through south Oregon coast towns like Florence or Coos Bay. Up north on the upper Washington coast, there will be less sun as the week goes on.

On the extreme southern Oregon coast, around Brookings and Gold Beach, temps are somewhat higher at around 71 to 76 on some days and flawlessly sunny skies in general.

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