2/3/19 Showers today, light winds, high 45F, rain/snow showers tonight-tomorrow, low 35F, high 40F, little or no snow accumulation expected (see Statement below). Outlook: slight chance of showers Tue, sunny Wed, then mostly cloudy with a chance of showers Thu-Sat, cool, highs 40-45F, lows 30-35F.
Surf Height…………..9 to 13 ft.
Weather………………Mostly cloudy with showers likely. Highs 45 to 50.
Wind…………………Northwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 20 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…7.3 ft at 12:08 AM PST.
Low tide….3.8 ft at 05:08 AM PST.
High tide…8.8 ft at 11:05 AM PST.
Low tide….-0.1 ft at 05:56 PM PST.
Sunrise – 7:33 AM PST. Sunset – 5:27 PM PST.
Weekend Travel: Mainly wet roads today, chance of snow tonight in the Valley, Gorge and Coast Range; for the Cascades, 2″-7″ of snow expected in the highway passes with the snow level dropping to 2,500′.
A Special Weather Statement has been issued by the National Weather Service for low-elevation snow. Showers are likely across Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington from this afternoon into Monday night. As cold air moves in from the north, snow levels will lower Sunday afternoon through Monday.
The best chances for accumulating snow will be in the Coast Range, Willapa Hills, and Cascade Foothills Sunday night and Monday, where accumulations are expected to range anywhere from 2 to 7 inches, with the heaviest amounts likely above 1,000 feet. At the coast and in the inland valleys, sticking snow will be harder to come by. One to 3 inches are possible, but this will be mainly above 500 feet, and during the day Monday. In the central and western Columbia River Gorge and in the Hood River Valley, 1 to 3 inches of snow can be expected, primarily Monday and Monday night.
As the snow showers decrease Monday afternoon and Monday night, some of the coldest air yet of the winter will move in. Expect lows by Tuesday morning to drop into the 20s in most low elevation locations, with teens locally possible in areas that receive a little snow cover. Cold temperatures and residual moisture could lead to icy roads Monday night and Tuesday morning.