This weekend, Portland will become an island of sunshine and warmth. Instead of water, Portland will have a heat island surrounded by cooler regions.
The term “urban heat island effect” describes this phenomenon. The afternoon sun is absorbed, reflected, and emitted by cars, buildings, and pavement.
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There are often more trees and greenery in suburban areas than in urban ones. Vegetation and trees both provide more cooling shade than hard surfaces like asphalt.
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This weekend, the air in downtown Portland is expected to be warmer than that of the surrounding metro area. This comes as a National Weather Service Excessive Heat Watch remains in effect for all of northwest Oregon and a portion of western Washington through Monday night.