Coastal extremes! Record heat hits Oregon Coast
By Seth Wayne KVAL Weather
We've been forecasting this for days -- and here it is!
RECORD BREAKING temperatures along the Oregon Coast. The official temperature out of the North Bend airport today was 93 degrees (keep in mind the "norm" is 67), smashing the old record of 86 in 1939.
When the weather gets a bit crazy -- you e-mail me. I can't tell you enough how much I enjoy hearing from ALL of you. So, with this intense heat along the coast, here's just a sampling of your observations:
No doubt, it's been a HOT end to summer along the coast and here in the valley. Let me know what's happening in your neighborhood by e-mailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tale of 3 Taxes
Storm clouds help make some beautiful sunrays before and during sunset. These were taken 05/21/2013 around the Salmon Harbor Marina.
While I was in Winchester Bay to take sunset photos Sunday night, I saw such a huge number of seagulls soaring very high in the sky. There were tens of thousands of them and they were flying hundreds of feet in the air.
I always enjoy attending these reenactments. Especially since at one time I was a member of this group. A really nice bunch of people.