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Major warmup on the horizon

Happy Monday morning, Central Oregon!

Forecast highs for Monday look like they will be scattered in the 70s, keeping us well below average for the second day in a row.

We should be waking up to partly cloudy skies during the early parts of the day Monday, but then it should clear up for the rest of the day and through the extended forecast.

However, northerly breezes by late Monday morning will push the smoke south across the region, putting Sisters in an area where there could be extremely dense smoke levels.

Other areas in Deschutes County will likely be under moderate to dense smoke levels.

As far as our temperatures go, we jump from the 70s on Monday into the 90s on Tuesday, putting us above average by about 10 degrees.

Then we will likely stay in the 90s through Saturday, before dipping a bit into the high 80s next Sunday.

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Max Goldwasser

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