Erica Fleishman

director of the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute

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Portland, Oregon feels like the Mojave Desert today, with an expected high of 114 degrees Fahrenheit. The city set a record on Sunday at 112 degrees.

‘Heat dome’ hits western states, bringing record-breaking temps to Washington and Oregon

Portland, Oregon feels like the Mojave Desert today, with an expected high of 114 degrees Fahrenheit. The city set a record on Sunday at 112 degrees.

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