Best Time To Travel To Portland?

What is the rainy season in Portland Oregon?

The end of May marks the end of Portland and Oregon’s rainy season. On average, Portland receives 88 percent of its precipitation from October 1 through May 31. That means that just 12 percent of the city’s precipitation falls during the summer months.

What is the hottest month in Oregon?

July

What is the coldest month in Portland?

January

What is the best time of year to visit Oregon coast?

Right now, from September through mid October, is the best weather of the entire year on the Oregon Coast. Locals call it “Second Summer” (and sometimes wryly call it the “first summer”), with more stretches of sunny and windless days in the 60s and 70s than you’ll find at any other time.

What is the wettest month in Portland Oregon?

December

Is Portland Oregon humid or dry?

Portland is very humid, except in summer. The humidity is good for your skin, but anything outside that gets wet in November, left outside, won’t dry out until March.

What is the best month to visit Oregon?

It can be quite cool here in the summer and is often foggy or rainy throughout the year. In fact, when the Willamette Valley is at its hottest, in July and August, you can be sure that the coast will be fogged in. The best month for the coast is usually September, with good weather often holding on into October.

Who gets more rain Portland or Seattle?

The Northwest in general is known for its rain, but residents of the area often like to say either Seattle or Portland gets more rain per year. The truth is that both Seattle and Portland get about the same amount of rainfall each year—37 inches on average.

What part of Oregon has the best weather?

These 10 Cities In Oregon Have The Best Weather In The Entire State

  • 8) Bonanza.
  • 7) Altamont.
  • 6) Merrill. Wikipedia/ Snackateria.
  • 5) Hines. Wikipedia/ Finetooth.
  • 4) Crane. Wikipedia/ Finetooth.
  • 3) Chiloquin. Flickr/ Michael (a.k.a. moik) McCullough.
  • 2) Malin. Flickr/ Bruce Fingerhood.
  • 1) Klamath Falls. Flickr/ Jasperdo.

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