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Second Summer Returns to Oregon, Washington Coast with 70s This Week

Published 09/25/20 at 5:41 PM PDT
By Oregon Coast Beach Connection staff

Second Summer Returns to Oregon, Washington Coast with 70s This Week

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(Portland, Oregon) – That most coveted “second summer” is set to kick back in late in the weekend along the Oregon coast and Washington coast. September and early October are normally the warmest time of the year along the coastlines of the Pacific Northwest, but this season hasn’t quite lived up to that usual state. Now, as September winds down the heat ramps back up. (Above: south Washington's Cape Disappointment, courtesy Visit Long Beach Peninsula)

Inland portions of Washington and Oregon will be rising into the low 80s starting this weekend, but the beach towns will follow suit on Sunday after a so-so Saturday. Look for daytime highs in the low to mid 70s for much of the week, with the southern Oregon coast seeing some of the warmest temps. The Washington coast is a bit cooler but still in the 70s.

The National Weather Service (NWS) said a variety of things will be going on as things heat up.

“Saturday night and Sunday models are consistent in building an upper ridge just off the coast, with an inverted surface trough building north up the Oregon coast,” the NWS said. “A light flow initially with recently moistened ground should be favorable for some valley fog Sunday morning.”

Over the weekdays, an offshore flow will take over, which means air will be moving from the east.

“The easterly offshore flow will likely bring whatever wildfire smoke is available from over the Cascades and just east of the Cascades westward into the region, assuming the fires are still generating smoke,” the NWS said.

Washington Coast

Sunday is partly sunny and in the upper 60s, while Monday gets to the low 70s and sunny. From Tuesday through Friday, towns like Westport, Long Beach or Raymond will be seeing daytime highs in the low 70s and sunny or mostly sunny skies.

Northern Oregon Coast

Sunday is mostly sunny and in the upper 60s for areas like Cannon Beach, Lincoln City or Yachats. Monday through Friday see sunny skies and highs largely in the low 70s, although the NWS is forecasting 76 for Tuesday.

Southern Oregon Coast

A tad warmer than northward, Sunday is looking at sunny skies and 74 for areas like Coos Bay, Gold Beach and Brookings. Monday is forecast at a whopping, balmy 84, with the rest of the week hovering in the mid 70s and plenty of sun.

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