Oregonians are bracing for hot weather, with temperatures forecast to reach well into the 90s next week, even topping 100 in southern areas of the state.
Mainly dry weather is forecast Monday through Wednesday in Western Washington, which should help recovery workers at the site of the Oso mudslide who have been working in the rain.
Predictions of a cold weather Super Bowl were premature.
The weather forecast for the first Super Bowl in an outdoor stadium in a cold-weather city is nothing out of the ordinary.
Rather than focusing on silly statistics like Denver’s 0-3 Super Bowl record when wearing their orange jerseys, this is going to be on legitimate game-changing X-Factors.
Winter is normally cold, but tundra-like temperatures are soon poised to deliver a rare and potentially dangerous sledgehammer blow to much of the Midwest, driving temperatures so far below zero that records will shatter.
Seattle is finally going to see snow for the first time this season, but it won’t be sticking around very long.
Temperatures are below zero across much of Wyoming and wind chills are making the air feel that much colder.
A wintry storm pushing through the western half of the country is bringing bitterly cold temperatures that prompted safety warnings for residents in the Rockies and threatened crops as far south as California.
Summer may be in its final weeks, but forecasters say it will make itself felt with above-normal temperatures this week in Washington.