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“Various forms of sun expected for upcoming week”

This mildly tongue-in-cheek weather note tells you something about Oregon weather this Spring–2nd wettest in 117 years of weather records (#1 was 1993). If anyone in the South is wondering where the rain went, it’s up here.

Like the use of “allegedly.”

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  1. Squirky | June 26, 2011 at 10:18 am | Permalink

    I like the weather reports that say something like “chance of rain with sun breaks and drizzle, calm, clear, and partly cloudy with possibility of windy conditions, chance of hail…” they just kind of throw everything in there all at once because at least one of those might happen! (Except probably not the sun.)

  2. crushinator | June 26, 2011 at 11:32 pm | Permalink

    Well I understand that the National Weather Service lacks decent offshore radar in the northwest, which is one of the reasons their forecasts are so screwy (apparently a new station is going in near the mouth of the Columbia and this will help). But overall the weather here is pretty damn changeble–except you can count on December to be cold and overcast and rain and August to be blue and sunny.

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