Exciting Weather This Week
Happy Monday everyone! Are you ready for a little weather excitement this week? It is now looking like our best thunderstorm potential of the summer is on the way beginning tonight and lasting through Wednesday. Tuesday afternoon and evening look especially active anywhere around NW Oregon and SW Washington, including the metro area. This morning’s suite of models show a large amount of convection potential right over us during these times. Keep an eye to the sky especially Tuesday afternoon and evening if you are a thunderstorm enthusiast.
Steve Pierce, President
Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society (AMS)
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