Portland, Oregon 2021-09-22 18:59:03 –
Portland, Oregon (KOIN) – I want to eat a warm, sizzling meal, but when summer feels like that, I know it’s a little too hot.
This year (as of September 21st), Portland has a temperature of over 80 degrees Celsius for 88 days, setting a record since 2015. As autumn begins, the chances of 80 degrees of days become even more difficult. Achieve, but that’s not out of the question. Does this year end at 89 or 90? That is definitely possible with the prediction that we are approaching.
Below is a breakdown of the number of 80 degree days per month. It started in early April and continues to perform well in September. The total number of days is now 11 days, which is below the record of 18 days in September dating back to 1991. do you remember? If you’ve been in Portland for a while, you can.
Despite the record heat of late June, the real rice cooker this summer was August. Portland hit more than 28 of the 31st of the month. Our average highs tend to be in the 80’s in August, so it’s not uncommon for August totals to be high. Taking into account the number of days between 80 and 89 degrees, August is usually in the late teens of the county. In other words, this year was a three-digit day in the 90’s.
By the way, this 80 degree achievement (if you want to say that) happened almost everywhere in the valley this year as well. Salem Airport has surpassed 80 degrees 96 times this year, according to the National Weather Service in Portland. This is a record of more than the previous 95 days set in 1967.
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