A long freight train of wet and windy Pacific storms continue to roar ashore here in Oregon. The National Weather Service says the Central Coast, from Long Beach to Yachats, is back under a high wind watch for winds to 70 mph along beaches and headlands and 35 mph with gusts to 60 mph inland.
It means we have another twenty-four hours of possible blinking lights, power outages, downed trees, internet interruptions and inside-out umbrellas. Driving high profile vehicles will also entail, in some instances, of taking your welfare in your own hands. Postpone such driving, if at all possible, especially if it entails using Highway 101.
Tonight through Monday night. Batten down the hatches, again.