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Memorial Day Weekend starts out cool, ends warm 

Today we will see a cooler than normal day with high temperatures reaching the upper 50s and low 60s. There will be a mixture of clouds and sunshine, with more clouds in the morning and more sunshine in the afternoon. Winds will be noticeable but not too overwhelming as gusts will reach the 15 to 20 mph range from time to time. We may see a slight chance for a shower early south of Lava Butte, but otherwise, a quiet and cool day. 

Sunday will begin the warming trend under mostly sunny skies. Expect to see the mercury in the thermometer reach the low 70s in the sunny scenario. There may be some clouds north of the tri-counties late in the day, but clear and dry will be the dominant feature. 

Memorial Day will be the warmest day of the weekend as temperature readings will report into the 80s. Not all locations will see an 80-degree day, but most areas from Bend to Madras will be in the “summer” pattern.  

Enjoy the mild and warm weather this weekend and remember that the water is still chilly. If you are out recreating, make sure to drink plenty of water.  

The short work week will start out in the middle 70s on Tuesday then dip to the upper 60s on Wednesday and Thursday. 

Stay Safe 

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