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Weather or Not: Big Surf & Flooding Continue

Chris Burns Weather

Friday, Dec. 11th – Lincoln County

Summary: Yesterday’s cold front really stirred things up, beginning with a strong blast of wind in the morning; gusts to around 60 mph were common in our local communities. Then came heavy showers, accompanied at times by flashes of lightning and booming thunder. By midday, the thunderstorms began growing more intense, dropping pea-sized hail as they rolled through the Central Coast. An F1 tornado with winds up to 104 mph touched down southwest of Battle Ground, Washington, at 11:15am. The unstable showery atmosphere continued through the evening and through most of the night. At daybreak this morning, it was raining with south winds 15-25 mph.

Past 24 Hours High/Low/Gust/Rain/Total…
Lincoln City: 55F/45F/57mph/0.58”/8.24”
Depoe Bay: 54F/43F/64mph/0.49”/7.10”
Newport: 54F/45F/60mph/0.46”/6.47”
Waldport: 56F/44F/50mph/0.63”/5.59”
Yachats: 55F/48F/54mph/0.57”/7.12”

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WARNING NWS SWSA Coastal Flood Warning remains in effect for the Central Oregon Coast until 4:00pm this afternoon.
A Coastal Flood Advisory is in effect from 9:00am 3:00pm Saturday for the Central Oregon Coast.

* Tides and storm surge: high tide around 10 feet combined with a 1.5 to 2 foot storm surge around noon today. A similar high tide is expected around noon Saturday, but with a slightly smaller storm surge anticipated.

* Tidal overflow: areas not subject to direct wave action will experience overflow surge into estuaries and bays with water levels higher than normal tides would suggest.

* River flows: rivers will be running high due to runoff from the recent rainfall. A high runoff will increase flood potential in the tidally influenced reaches and estuaries of the coastal rivers.

* Waves and wave impacts: 25 to 35 foot breakers are expected for today. The waves will wash over the jetties, throw logs and debris far onshore, create large surges of water onto the beaches, and cause significant beach erosion.

* Flooding impacts: flooding of low-lying areas and roads prone to tidal flooding can be expected an hour or two before and after the high tides. The greatest impacts will be between 11:00am and 2:00pm.

* This is a dangerous situation. Residents and local officials should take immediate action to protect life and property in low-lying areas affected by these abnormally high tides and surf.

Forecast: Showery conditions are expected to continue today and tonight with southwesterly winds 20-25 mph gusting WON WINDY RAINY40; high 50-55F, low 45F. Another storm is on tap tomorrow as heavy rain returns, 1-2 inches possible, and south winds 30-35 mph gusting 50. Outlook is for showers Sunday, a chance of showers Monday and Tuesday, and then another wet and windy storm arriving on Wednesday. Cooler as highs top out at 50F and lows dip to 40F.

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Travel: In the Coast Range, there’s wet pavement on the highways this morning, temperatures are 40-45F in the passes; showers and winds gusting to 50 mph today, temps 45-50F. Valley destinations have a Wind Advisory in place for gusts up to 40 mph, showers, the thermometer rising to 50F. The Columbia River Gorge forecast calls for showers, light east winds, high of 45F. For the Cascades, the highways have spots of ice and packed snow cover this morning with temperatures near 30F, chains are required over Willamette Pass, carry chains or traction tires on Santiam Pass and at Government Camp; windy, snow showers, 3-4 inches accumulation in the passes today, the snow level is 3,000 feet. Outlook for weekend travelers is wet roads, possible flooded sections of highway, and windy through Sunday night at the lower elevations; a Winter Storm Watch has been posted for the Cascades with 1-2 feet of snow expected tomorrow into Sunday.

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Marine: Seas are still extremely rough, 25 feet at 16 seconds this morning, with a S wind 30-35 knots. A WON GALEGale Warning is in effect through late tonight and a Gale Watch is in effect for Saturday morning through Saturday evening. S winds today 25-35 gusting 35-45 with combined seas 25-29 feet at 16 seconds. Winds easing a little tonight, then coming back up to gale force tomorrow, seas subsiding to a bout 20 feet. Outlook is for NW winds Sunday through Tuesday, 15-25 knots, and swells 20 feet falling to 15 feet. Always check the latest Bar Reports before you venture offshore.

On the Beach… Showers, breezy, surf 25-30 feet (extreme).
* Stay off of jetties, offshore rocks, rocky shores and sandy beaches today. These areas will be periodically inundated by surf, especially during the midday high tides. Be aware of sneaker waves that will be significantly higher than those that precede or follow them. Never turn your back on the ocean.
* Tides
12/11 Fri 11:38 AM 9.23 H
12/11 Fri 06:25 PM -0.66 L
12/12 Sat 01:07 AM 7.71 H
12/12 Sat 06:16 AM 3.52 L
12/12 Sat 12:16 PM 9.26 H

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In Short: Showers, heavy rain and windy, then continued wet.

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