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Warming trend heading into the weekend

Expect to see the temperature readings in Central Oregon reaching the low 70s Thursday. Highs in the area on Wednesday were generally in the 60s so the milder pattern will be on the way beginning tomorrow.

Friday will be a very warm day for the last day of May as the mercury in the thermometer will reach the 80° mark for the 5th time this month.  Expect to see plenty of sunshine as the region will be more summer-like than spring-like.  Normal highs for this time of year are around 70°.

Saturday is the first day of June and we will be slightly cooler, but still above normal as temperature readings will be in the middle 70s.  Sunday will see a sunny start followed by a decent amount of cloud cover late in the day. Highs will be slightly cooler due to the cloud cover, but still a bit above average.

Monday will be a rainy day as Central Oregon gets some much needed soaking. The region is not in any drought scenario, but a good portion of the high desert is “abnormally dry” according to the Climate Prediction Center.

The rain will not be all that impressive, at best about a quarter of an inch, but we will at least “water the lawns” in the region.  Highs will be in the 60s in the rain cooled air.

We dry out on Tuesday and are expected to jump back to the 80s by Wednesday.

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