When you are in Bend Oregon you know there is going to be a lot of rain.
The rain is not expected to stop this weekend, and it is likely to be heavier than normal.
Bend is known for its beautiful scenery, and that has made it a popular place for locals and visitors alike.
There is also a lot to see and do.
We are in the heart of Bend, the state capital and home to the Oregon State Fair, the Oregon Capitol, and other attractions.
However, this is not the only place to see the weather, as the weather will change over the weekend.
On Sunday, November 17th, a cold front will move across the bay area, and the storm system will move into the area.
The storm will weaken in the morning and move into central Oregon and into southern Oregon by nightfall.
This is a very dry weather event and if you are not planning on staying out of the rain you can expect it to be mild.
The temperature will average below freezing and will be comfortable in the 70s.
In some areas, like Bend, you may want to consider bringing some layers as the temperatures will continue to fall.
There will be a low chance of thunderstorms in the evening, so if you want to watch a movie in the dark, do so in an enclosed theater.
The best way to stay safe and cool while enjoying the weather is to bring a blanket and a hat.
You will need to wear something to protect you from the rain and it will help to keep you warm.
Weather in Bend is expected to be very wet and cold.
If you are planning to visit Bend during the cold front, make sure you plan on bringing your own layers.
The weather will begin to move out to the Bay Area around 3:00pm on Sunday, and temperatures will be below freezing by that time.
You should plan on getting to the airport and heading to a nearby hotel or motel.
If the cold fronts moves into central and southern Oregon around this time, the temperatures should drop a bit.
You can expect temperatures to average below zero and to be comfortable.
At this time of year, there is a lot going on around Bend, and with this cold front moving in, you should be prepared.
If all else fails, you can also try to stay home.
You could have to spend some time outdoors if the weather stays cold and wet.
You may also want to check out the weather map.