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Warming up, with chances for rain

Happy Sunday Central Oregon!

The return of shorts weather today, as we finally busted out of the chilly 60-degree temperatures and even made it into the 80s in some spots.

Sunday is looking like much of the same, with an added chance for some rain or thunderstorms later Sunday night.

In addition to the areas that got some rain Saturday morning, it looks like there will be significant chances for rain for four straight days, all the way until Tuesday.

There is an active weather pattern getting underway that, combined with the heat tomorrow and Monday, will likely produce a pop-up thunderstorm or two.

Temperatures start heading down briefly on Sunday, and we peak only around 70 on Tuesday before heading back up for the rest of the week.

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Jack Hirsh

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    1. She is mediocre at best in her delivery. But, the bottom line is that they parrot Bob’s predictions, which dooms them. Today, their forecast called for good chance of rain starting late morning. I checked all the other on-line sources, and they said almost no chance of rain until late afternoon at the latest. Today was warm, a few clouds, almost no threat of rain. I have approached Bob about his chronic inaccuracy, but he has never responded, and is as inaccurate as he was 10 year’s ago when he got the local appellation ‘Lyin Bob.

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