WEATHER IN LINCOLN COUNTY

 

 

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Looks like a lively one today…

Stronger storm than yesterday.  Winds along the beaches in the 50 to 60 mph range.

Stronger storm than yesterday. Winds along the beaches gusting between 45 to 60 mph.

NOAA weather forecasters say the Oregon and Washington coasts will be hammered with high winds and torrential from around 2pm through midnight – then taper off to just breezy conditions monday with on and off rain.

NOAA makes it clear that this is not the day to go to the beach and gawk at Mother Nature’s fury. Do it from the safey of the bluffs above or at your favorite cliffside restaurant. Today will be as dangerous a day as you’ll ever see on the Oregon Coast. Probably some of the best ringside seats will be at the Adobe in Yachats. Lots of huge swells, breakers over rocks, huge upward fountains of white water – the works. Restaurants perched right above the waters of Depoe Bay will also provide spectacular views of the power of the wind and sea.

Again, don’t risk being blown off a rock or a hill or a cliff. Respect Mother Nature’s fury. She’s the boss right now.

Just moments ago, photographer Ken Gagne in Yachats sent us a view of what’s going on right off the end of 2nd Street…

Breakers near Table Rock in Yachats, off West 2nd. Ken Gagne photo

Breakers near Table Rock in Yachats, off West 2nd.
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And another one of our favorite photographers, Steve Power, got this rooster tail off Boiler Bay, north of Depoe Bay…

Boiler Bay One of photographer Steve Power's favorite shooting galleries.

Boiler Bay
One of photographer Steve Power’s favorite shooting galleries.

Bob Edwards sent us this shot of a boiling, churning sea off Agate Beach, just south of the Yaquina Head Lighthouse.

Bob Edwards sent us this shot of a boiling, churning sea off Agate Beach, just south of the Yaquina Head Lighthouse.
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