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Winter Weather Advisory for Oregon`s Central Willamette Valley

Winter Weather Advisory: December 30, 04:00 AM PST until December 30, 12:00 PM PST

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Oregon weather The National Weather Service has issued another Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 4am to noon Thursday for the central Willamette Valley, including the cities of Salem, McMinnville, Woodburn, Stayton, and Dallas.

Total snow accumulation is expected to be 1 to 2 inches, mainly north and east of Salem.

Read Full Article (Dec-21-2021 23:58)

Winter Brings Possibility of Snow to Western Oregon this Weekend

Anyone with travel plans for Christmas Eve through next week should prepare for winter travel conditions.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - winter weather The combination of cold temperatures and occasional precipitation raises the possibility of snow and ice for the lowlands as early as Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.

Latest indications suggest it will turn even colder next week, with a high probability of accumulating snow reaching the lowest elevations of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon, including the Interstate 5 and 84 corridors.

Read Full Article (Nov-22-2021 13:34)

Parade of Storms to Resume in Washington and Canada

As cleanup and recovery efforts persist, excessive rainfall is once again in the forecast for storm-weary regions of western Washington and British Columbia, Canada.

(SALEM, Ore.) - weather Another train of storms is expected to race through the hard-hit areas of the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, Canada, this week.

For those in the U.S., Thanksgiving will be a particularly wet holiday.

Read Full Article (Nov-18-2021 15:03)

Millions Plan Thanksgiving Travel Amid Weather Worries

Americans are hitting the road (or the air)- whatever the weather.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Weather More than 53 million people are predicted to travel for Thanksgiving this year, which is up 13% from last year, according to AAA, and near what was seen at the last Thanksgiving before the coronavirus pandemic in 2019.

Mother Nature will serve up a cornucopia of weather elements across the United States on the day before Thanksgiving including chilly winds, a bit of snow, rain showers and a few thunderstorms, but dry and tranquil weather is on the menu for large swathes of the country.

Read Full Article (Feb-09-2021 13:59)

Coldest Days of Winter May Lie Ahead

How much snow will fall and where remains highly uncertain at this point.

(SALEM, Ore.) - weather forecast The coldest temperatures of the winter are expected to drop southwestward into southwest Washington and northwest Oregon beginning Wednesday night. These frigid temps will likely persist through at least the weekend.

Widespread high temperatures in the 30s to low 40s and low temperatures in the 20s appear likely.

Read Full Article (Jan-26-2021 15:21)

Winter Weather Advisory in Effect for Oregon`s Willamette Valley

The heaviest snowfall is expected from late afternoon through about midnight Wednesday.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon snow The heaviest precipitation can be expected from late afternoon through about midnight Wednesday, with snow accumulations of up to two inches (though it will be deeper in some areas).

Snow levels late this afternoon over southwest Washington and far northwest Oregon will be around 500 feet. Snow levels for the
central coast are expected to be closer to 1000 feet.

Read Full Article (Jan-12-2021 02:26)

Flood Watch In Effect for NW Oregon and SW Washington

5 to 10 inches of rain is expected across the higher terrain with around 1.5-3 inches for the interior valleys.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - radar flood watch A Flood Watch is effect from 10 p.m. Monday through Wednesday morning for portions of Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington.

A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop.

Read Full Article (Nov-12-2020 23:34)

Stormy Weather Makes Dangerous Conditions on Oregon Coast

Coast Guard urges caution for forecast weather conditions and "King Tides"

(ASTORIA, Ore.) - The Coast Guard would like to make the public aware of dangerous conditions expected to occur offshore and along the coastal Pacific Northwest this weekend, starting as early as Friday.

The National Weather Service has issued storm warnings, high wind advisories and hazardous seas warnings for much of the Washington and Oregon coasts, lasting as late as Saturday evening.

Read Full Article (Jan-13-2020 03:08)

Oregon Expects Snow Above 500`

Plan on slippery road conditions. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning commute.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Oregon winter forecast The cold winds of winter are blowing our way. The National Weather Service reports that heavy snow is expected to blanket much of the Northwest, beginning later today. A series of storm systems will bring heavy mountain snow, locally heavy rain, strong winds, and hazardous travel conditions.

The Winter Weather Advisory for the Portland/Vancouver Metro area remains in effect until noon today (Monday).

Read Full Article (Dec-19-2019 15:36)

Wet, Muddy and Slippery Weather Outlook for Oregon

Heavy rain could lead to river and stream flooding for some portion of southwest Washington and Northwest Oregon

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - rainstorm mud A prolonged atmospheric river event will bring moderate to heavy rain rates beginning Wednesday night potentially continuing through Saturday.

Heavy rain can trigger landslides and debris flows in steep terrain, and the risk is higher in burn areas.

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