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Washington, Oregon, Idaho

Northwest U.S. Long Range Weather Forecast for
October 20th, 2017 - December 19th, 2017

Includes Washington, Oregon, Idaho

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October 2017

Clearing skies and turning colder.
Fair initially, then turning unsettled again.
Starting off pleasant, then turning stormy and colder for Washington, Oregon, and points east.

November 2017

Very unsettled weather conditions.
Fair and quite chilly.
Showery for Washington and Oregon.
Fair, then turning stormy.
Stormy weather moves on to the East followed by a trend toward drier, colder weather.
Some scattered showers of rain and/or (for higher elevations) snow.
Fair at first, then becoming stormy with gales and heavy snows over the mountainous terrain regions.
Generally fair weather.

December 2017

Mostly fair weather.
Fair skies, then unsettled for Washington and Oregon.
Fair and milder at first, then stormy weather sweeps in from the Pacific.
Skies slowly clear; drier. 16th-19th. Mostly fair, then unsettled with showers.
Mostly fair, then unsettled with showers. 20th-23rd. Fair and unusually chilly.

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