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WEATHER

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weekly conditions.

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WEATHER

LIVE WEBCAM.
weekly conditions.

SMITH ROCK STATE PARK HAS ITS OWN MICRO CLIMATE. 

Check the image before you come out to see exactly what the weather is doing. The SmithRock.com webcam image updates every 5 minutes to provide an actual view of weather conditions as they develop. Maybe not as fun as a cat video, but almost.

Note: Temperatures and wind speeds are from the closest NOAA station 12 miles away, at the Redmond Airport.

Smith Rock Webcam

Don't have time to check the week ahead for your activity conditions? Relax, we do it for you with a quick weekly summary of what to expect. Check our WEEKLY ACTIVITY CONDITIONS. Want to do it yourself? Here's a NOAA link.

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Weekly Activity Conditions


WEEKLY ACTIVITY CONDITIONS

Weekly Activity Conditions


WEEKLY ACTIVITY CONDITIONS

SMITH ROCK WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR THE WEEK AHEAD


For the week of 9/18/2017:  

highs in the high 50s with rain, then mid 50s, then back up to the high 60s by week's end.

WANT TO KNOW WHAT THE SMOKE CONDITIONS ARE LIKE? THE WEBCAM UPDATES EVERY 5 MINUTES. IT'S LENS FILTERS OUT A BIT OF THE SMOKE, BUT FOR THE MOST PART IT'S PRETTY MUCH WHAT YOU SEE. 

FOR ALL THE DETAILS on smoke conditions from Oregon Smoke information GO HERE.


Monday and Tuesday are cloudy and rainy in the afternoon, 58° both days, down to low 40s both nights. 

Wednesday drops a bit to 56° and morning thunderstorms. Thursday and Friday warm up a bit to high 50s, with a rain shower on Thursday afternoon and partly cloudy on Friday.

Saturday and Sunday are sunny, with 65° on Saturday, back up to 68° on Sunday with lows at night in the high 30s.


TIP: 

This is early in the week's prediction, so check it closer to the weekend, as it tends to radically change within days of a forecast this time of year.

Want the latest on your outdoor activity conditions? Check out the detailed weather info with the NOAA forecast link.