L.O. Weather Information ~ Our Neck of the Woods….

sunOut of state and wondering what you can expect for weather in Lake Oswego after your big move?  Planning your house-hunting trip and wondering what you can expect?   I’ve added a few tidbits of information for you below to help give a better picture of life in Lake Oswego… weather-wise.

My personal experience in Lake Oswego is that July varies from cloudy days here & there to weeks of cobalt blue skies, ranging from a high of 70 degrees to the 90’s. We spend most of the month of  August in the 90’s with some 80’s thrown in here & there and the occasional 100… that’s based on the last few years, and/but the table below lists the “normal” high temps in Lake Oswego in August at 80 degrees. So, we then get into definitions of “normal” : )  Anyway, it came from AccuWeather.com . This site also shows you the pollen index and other helpful data such as yesterday’s weather breakdown:

Normal High: 45°F
Normal Low: 34°F
Normal Average: 40°F
Normal High: 50°F
Normal Low: 36°F
Normal Average: 43°F
Normal High: 56°F
Normal Low: 39°F
Normal Average: 47°F
Normal High: 60°F
Normal Low: 42°F
Normal Average: 51°F
Normal High: 67°F
Normal Low: 47°F
Normal Average: 57°F
Normal High: 72°F
Normal Low: 53°F
Normal Average: 63°F
Normal High: 80°F
Normal Low: 57°F
Normal Average: 68°F
Normal High: 80°F
Normal Low: 58°F
Normal Average: 69°F
Normal High: 75°F
Normal Low: 53°F
Normal Average: 64°F
Normal High: 64°F
Normal Low: 45°F
Normal Average: 55°F
Normal High: 52°F
Normal Low: 40°F
Normal Average: 46°F
Normal High: 45°F
Normal Low: 35°F
Normal Average: 40°F

Now, the Farmers Almanac is ‘Old Faithful’ as far as weather goes.  This link will allow you to look at any date in Portland (they don’t call out Lake Oswego, but hey, it’s close). It will also give you precipitation and pressure data.

If you’d like blow-by-blow information on Lake Oswego weather, WeatherForYou.com will accommodate with detailed forecasts & hour-by-hour breakdowns for the previous 48-hour period.  Then there is detailed morning & evening information for  every day in the forecast at City-Data.com

Most of these sites will challenge you with advertising, but I hope some of them prove helpful prior to your next trip to Lake Oswego.  Remember, if you are heading this way, you can always email Dianne or myself to find out whether you will need to bring your bathing suit or sweater.  It’s the summer home-buying season, and we’re really enjoying working with all of our Property Blotter readers. We look forward to meeting you soon as well.  Gotta run…. houses to show!