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More Inclement Weather on Tap … But it won’t last long according to National Weather Service…

There is a small chance that a few thunderstorms & showers could become strong enough on Wednesday to reach severe levels, posing a risk of damaging wind gusts up to 60 mph and large hail up to one inch in diameter. There is also a very small risk of a brief weak tornado.

The most likely severe weather threat on Wednesday will be damaging wind gusts. Please avoid sheltering under trees (even if in a car) if threatening weather approaches your location Wednesday. The risk of damaging winds will be highest during the late morning & afternoon hours. 

We suggest not putting too much emphasis on what appears to be a precise eastern edge of the dark green cut-off risk area on the map plotted since it was made at a national scale. The threat of the aforementioned hazards appears highest throughout the Willamette Valley.

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Respectfully,

Virginia “Jenny” Demaris
Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office
Emergency Manager

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