2/28/19 Showers likely this afternoon-tonight, SE winds 10-15mph, gusting 25, high 45F, low 35-40F, chance of showers tomorrow, high 45-50F. Outlook: sunny days with frosty nights Sat-Mon, increasing clouds Tue, rain by Wed, temperatures remain cool as highs top out at 40-45F and lows drop to 30-35F.
Surf Height…………..10 to 14 ft with sneaker waves.*
Weather………………Cloudy with showers likely. Highs around 45.
Wind…………………Southeast 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 20 mph, becoming southeast 15 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
Low tide….4.2 ft at 12:55 AM PST.
High tide…7.7 ft at 07:14 AM PST.
Low tide….1.1 ft at 02:32 PM PST.
High tide…6.2 ft at 09:33 PM PST.
Sunrise – 6:54 AM PST. Sunset – 6:02 PM PST.
*There will be an elevated sneaker wave threat along the coast today as a long-period W-NW swell reaches shore. Those walking along the beach should use extra caution and stay off rocks and jetties, as sneaker waves can come without warning and run much further up the beach than previous waves.
Travel: Locally dense fog is developing in the Central and Southern Willamette Valley this morning. Observations from Eugene Airport suggest visibility has occasionally been as low as a few hundred feet. Meanwhile, temperatures will remain near or slightly below freezing, leading to spots of ice on untreated surfaces. The combination of slick roads and poor visibility may make travel difficult this morning. In the Coast Range, a chance of snow showers this afternoon with up to an inch of snow possible in the highway passes. For the Cascades, icy spots through today, snow showers tonight with 1-2” accumulation in the passes.