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Breezy and cool pattern, chilly nights ahead

The rainy weather over the weekend has cleared as the area of low pressure responsible for the rain has pushed well east.  The weather feature that is most prominent today, other than the sunshine, is the breezy to windy conditions.  The winds will be brisk, but not overwhelming today and tonight, but if you are traveling north it will pick up. 

A Wind Advisory is in place north of Jefferson County including Wasco and other counties to the east along the Columbia River. Winds should settle down as the week moves along. Other than the windy weather our region will be on the quiet side for several days.

The overnight low temperatures will dip below freezing in most locations this week.  Clear skies and less wind will allow temps to dip into the upper 20s each of the next 3 or 4 days.  Afternoon highs are likely to be in the middle 50s until mid-week, then rise to the low 60s toward the weekend.

Normal overnight lows are close to 30° for mid-April and the afternoon highs are near 60°.  Not much of a variation from the normal range this week.

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