1/13/19 Mostly clear today-tomorrow, E winds 10-15mph gusting 20, highs 55-60F, low 35-40F. Outlook: increasing clouds Tue, rain likely Wed-Sat, possibly windy, high temperatures in the low-50s, lows in the mid-40s. A good chance the soggy weather will continue in the long term.
Surf Height…………..12 to 16 ft.* (see statement below)
Weather………………Mostly sunny. Highs 55 to 60.
Wind…………………East 5 to 15 mph with gusts to 20 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…7.7 ft at 05:12 AM PST.
Low tide….3.3 ft at 11:23 AM PST.
High tide…6.1 ft at 05:03 PM PST.
Low tide….2.4 ft at 11:02 PM PST.
Sunrise – 7:52 AM PST. Sunset – 4:58 PM PST.
* A Special Weather Statement has been issued by the National Weather Service for a building and powerful ocean swell which will provide the potential for dangerous sneaker waves along the Washington and Oregon coasts on Sunday. Water may rise further up on beaches than observed within the previous 30 minutes and easily sweep unsuspecting beach-goers into the frigid water. A number of sneaker wave incidents and fatalities have occurred under similar scenarios in the past. Please use caution if you plan on recreating on area beaches and avoid jetties on Sunday.
Weekend Travel: Mainly dry roads in all of Northwest Oregon; an Air Stagnation Advisory continues for the Valley, E winds gusting 30-40mph in the Gorge, patches of ice possible in the Coast Range tonight. For the Cascades, breezy, the free air freezing level is at 7,000′ rising to 10,000′.