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Last Map Update: Sun, Apr. 18, 2021 at 3:45:20 pm PDT

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While April is just a little over half way over, it has already been a record breaking month. While the area won't beat the record for the most consecutive days without measurable rain (trace or less), it is still pretty dry! Plus, Portland's high temperature from April 17th of 84°F was the 12th warmest day in April on record! While we are very below normal for precipitation for the month, there is still time. There is a chance for some rainfall next week as well!
Cold water temperatures will bring an increased risk of cold water shock and hypothermia to those venturing out to play in area rivers and lakes this weekend. Be sure to wear a life jacket if you plan to do so as cold water shock can result in a loss of limb function after only a couple minutes in water temperatures in the 40-50 degree range. Learn more about cold water safety at


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