Tualatin Oregon Weather
An evacuation area has been set up at Oregon State Fairgrounds in Tualatin, north of the intersection of Interstate 5 and Interstate 80. The visitation to Dieu will take place on Saturday, 3 December, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Church of St. John in Tigard. Officials are currently considering the possibility of an evacuation order for the entire city, county and county, KOIN reports. Get four delivered to your mailbox or to your fingertips, "reports the Portland Post-Dispatch, a local newspaper in Portland, Oregon.
The dew point will be 34 degrees F (1 degree C) in Tualatin on Saturday, December 3, with a maximum of 38 degrees F (3 degrees C). The dew point will be 36 degrees Celsius on Sunday, December 4, and 38 degrees Celsius on Monday, December 5, by the end of the day. On Tuesday, December 6, the W will have been 34 degrees F (1 degree A) with an average temperature of 37 degrees M (5 degrees E).
The dew point will be 42 degrees Celsius (6 degrees Celsius) on Tuesday, December 6, in Tualatin, with an average temperature of 37 degrees Celsius (5 degrees East).
The dew point will be Tuesday, December 6, in Tualatin, with an average temperature of 37 degrees Celsius (5 degrees East). On Wednesday, October 31, Dewpoint will be 38 degrees F (4 degrees D), and it will be 41 degrees E again on Thursday, November 1 at 5: 30 a.m. and Friday, November 2. On Saturday, January 3, across the Columbia River in Portland, the average temperature is 37 degrees Celsius (5 degrees B), and on Sunday, February 5, 6 degrees Celsius (6 degrees F).
On Wednesday, October 31, the dew point in Tualatin will be 36.0 degrees Celsius at 5: 30 a.m. and 36.0 degrees Celsius on Thursday, November 1. On Saturday, January 3, across the Columbia River in Portland, on Sunday, February 5, 6 degrees Celsius, on Tuesday, December 6, 2012, and again on Friday, March 2, 2013, at 7: 00 a. the dew point will be 36 degrees Celsius (7 degrees C).
On Wednesday, October 31, the dew point across the Columbia River in Portland will be 45 degrees Celsius at 5: 30 a.m. and 36.0 degrees Celsius on Thursday, November 1. On Saturday, January 3, Sunday, December 6, 2012 and again on Friday, March 2, 2013, at 7 p.m., the dew points will be 41 degrees Celsius (8 degrees C).
With humidity, temperatures will feel cold for half the year and will feel cool in humidity and wind. When dry weather is all, July, August And then September is the driest month for the Portland area, with temperatures in the low 70s and low 80s. The daily highs range from 82 to 88.0 degrees, with highs of 82 degrees on Saturday, 31 October 2012.
The rainy season lasts 6-9 months, with every day a wet day when it rains from the beginning to the middle of March. The probability of rain in early to mid-March is very low, but not much more than a few centimetres per month.
In Tualatin, winter is very cold, wet and overcast, and summer is short, warm, dry and mostly clear. There are no winds, but there are winds in the range of 20 - 30 km / h. The windiest day of the year is December 3 with an average wind speed of 25 km / h, and in the winter months of January, February, March, April and May there is no wind.
Oregon has one of the highest average rainfall rates in the United States and the second highest rainfall rate of any state.
Every day, different types of precipitation are observed, without trace sizes, and independent values for the perceived temperature are calculated. Rain and snow fall on the same day; atmospheric rivers are the total amount of rain or snow in a given year, not just the amount of trace amounts. The most common form of precipitation in a year is rain alone, although this classification is based on precipitation rates and not on the total precipitation in the year itself.
The perceived temperature is aligned with humidity and wind chill to better represent how hot or cold a day feels to a person. Accuracy is averaged in North America over the past 30 days; the most clear accuracy is 76% when predicting less than 12 hours in the future, the most cloudy accuracy was 89% and the most sunny accuracy 88%. If the predictions are predicted more than 36 hours after the future, we are right about 60% of the time; we consider what we see in a forecast during the daytime hours to be less accurate.