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Weather or Not: Travel Troubles

4/11/19 Rain today, up to 1/2″, SSW winds 10-15mph gusting 25, high 50-55F, showers ending overnight, low 45F, partly to mostly sunny tomorrow, high 55F. Outlook: rain Sat, up to 1/2″, showers Sun, rain/showers Mon, showers remain likely on Tue, then a chance of showers Wed, highs 50-55F, lows 45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..8 to 11 ft.
Weather………………Cloudy with rain and showers. Highs 50 to 55.
Wind…………………Southwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 20 mph, becoming southwest 15 to 20 mph with gusts to 25 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…7.9 ft at 04:35 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.1 ft at 11:39 AM PDT.
High tide…6.1 ft at 06:31 PM PDT.
Low tide….3.8 ft at 11:29 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:37 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:56 PM PDT.

Marine: Depoe Bay Approach Lighted Whistle Buoy ‘DB’ has been relighted. Yaquina Bay Inner Range Rear Light has also been relighted. Meanwhile, Heceta Head light is currently extinguished.

Travel: Highway 34 is still closed due to flooding between Colorado Lake Road and the Willamette River. The Highway 34 bypass is also closed; use an alternate route, like 99W, to get from Corvallis to I-5. A Flood Warning is in effect for the Willamette River from north of Eugene to north of Albany; though this may not directly affect travel on I-5, feeder highways may see some high water. The Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for the Cascades through 6:00pm this evening for snow accumulations of 3 to 8 inches expected between 3,500 and 5,000 feet including the highway passes. However, 8 to 16 inches are likely for elevations above 5,000 feet. West to southwest winds of 15 to 25 mph will also continue today. Travel could be very difficult. Be prepared for winter driving conditions.

Weather or Not: Over the Top

4/10/19 Alternating steady rain and showers today-tomorrow, precip totals near 1.5″, WSW winds 10-15mph gusting 25, highs 50-55F, low 45-50F. Outlook: slight chance of showers and some sunshine Fri, rain Sat, showers likely Sun, rain Mon, showers Tue, highs 50-55F, lows 45F. Drying/clearing late next week.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..8 to 11 ft.
Weather………………Cloudy with showers likely. Highs 50 to 55.
Wind…………………Southwest 5 to 10 mph with gusts to 15 mph, becoming southwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 25 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…8.2 ft at 03:49 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.0 ft at 10:41 AM PDT.
High tide…6.3 ft at 05:24 PM PDT.
Low tide….3.4 ft at 10:27 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:39 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:55 PM PDT.

Central Coast Precipitation:
Since last Thursday… 4.24”
So far this month… 5.78”
Normal April total… 4.95”
So far this year… 22.56”
Average annual… ~70.00”

Mountain Travel: A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service for the Cascade highways, which is in effect for this afternoon through Thursday afternoon. Snow accumulations of 5 to 10 inches expected between 3,500 and 5,000 feet. However, 10 to 20 inches are likely for elevations above 5,000 feet. Snow will be heavy at times later tonight into Thursday morning. West to southwest winds will increase later today, with breezy winds of 15 to 25 mph tonight through Thursday. Wind gusts up to 30 mph at the passes likely, but gusts over 45 mph likely on the higher exposed peaks and ridges, primarily above 6,000 feet. Travel could be very difficult. Be prepared for winter driving conditions. A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties. Expect snow-covered roads, limited visibilities and use caution while driving.

Weather or Not: Showers & Sunshine

4/9/19 Showers decreasing with sunbreaks today, NW winds 15-20mph gusting 25, high 50-55F, chance of showers overnight, low 45-50F, rain/showers tomorrow, up to 1/4″ precip, high 55F. Outlook: rain Thu, sunshine and dry Fri, rain returns on Sat, chance of showers Sun-Mon, highs 50-55F, lows 45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..9 to 13 ft.
Weather………………Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………Northwest 15 to 20 mph with gusts to 25 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…8.3 ft at 03:12 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.0 ft at 09:51 AM PDT.
High tide…6.6 ft at 04:26 PM PDT.
Low tide….2.8 ft at 09:40 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:41 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:54 PM PDT.

Weather or Not: Pluviophile’s Dream

4/8/19 Rain today, around 1/4″, SW winds 10-15mph, high 55F, showers with thunderstorms possible tonight, low 45F, a few showers likely tomorrow, high 50F. Outlook: rain/showers Wed-Thu, mostly sunny Fri, chance of rain Sat, showers Sun, a bit cooler, high temperatures 50-55F, lows about 45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..12 to 16 ft.
Weather………………Cloudy with rain. Highs 50 to 55.
Wind…………………Southwest 10 to 15 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…8.3 ft at 02:41 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.0 ft at 09:08 AM PDT.
High tide…7.0 ft at 03:36 PM PDT.
Low tide….2.3 ft at 09:01 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:43 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:53 PM PDT.

The Flood Watch issued by the National Weather Service for most of Northwest Oregon including the Central Coast remains in effect through 5:00pm today. Periods of heavy rain continue through this afternoon. The additional rain today combined with the rain received the past two days will continue to support rises of local rivers and small streams. River flooding and localized small stream flooding will likely affect portions of the Central and South Willamette Valley through Monday.

2 to 5 inches of rain have already fallen in the past 24 hours in many areas. An additional 1 to 2 inches of rain are possible for the Cascades through tonight with 0.25 to 0.5 inch for the lower elevations. Rivers of greatest concern include the Willamette between Harrisburg and Albany, the Marys in Benton County, the Luckiamute in Polk and Benton counties, and the Pudding in Clackamas and Marion counties. Note that Flood Warnings are already in effect for the Siuslaw River in Western Lane County, the Coast Fork of the Willamette River, the Mohawk River in Lane County, and the Long Tom River in Benton and Lane Counties.

Rising of small streams may result in minor flooding. A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts. You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible Flood Warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop. Landslides and debris flows are possible during this flood event. People, structures and roads located below steep slopes, in canyons and near the mouths of canyons may be at serious risk from rapidly moving landslides.

24-hour Regional Rainfall Totals:
Newport… 1.62” (3.82” since Thursday)
Salem… 1.82”
Toledo… 1.86”
Florence… 1.96”
Tillamook… 2.05”
Corvallis… 2.21”
Eugene… 2.34” (new record, previous 1.29” in 1995)

Weather or Not: Flood Watch

4/7/19 Rainy and breezy today-tonight, up to 2″ precip possible, SW gusts to 30mph, high 55F, low 50F, rain tomorrow, light winds, high 55F. Outlook: chance of showers Tue, rain likely Wed, showers Thu, some sunshine Fri, then showers return on Sat, the thermometer stays seasonal, highs 55F, lows 45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..19 to 24 ft with sneaker waves.
Weather………………Cloudy with rain. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………South 15 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…8.2 ft at 02:12 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.0 ft at 08:30 AM PDT.
High tide…7.2 ft at 02:52 PM PDT.
Low tide….1.8 ft at 08:28 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:44 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:51 PM PDT.

A Flood Watch has been issued by the National Weather Service for most of Northwest Oregon including the Central Coast, which is in effect now through Monday afternoon. Periods of heavy rain may cause ponding in low-lying areas and flooding along small streams. Flooding is also possible along a few rivers and creeks in the Central and South Willamette Valley. Rainfall totals will be around 3 to 6 inches. Rivers of greatest concern include portions of the Willamette south of Salem, the Marys in Benton County, the Luckiamute in Polk and Benton counties, the Pudding in Clackamas and Marion counties, and the Siuslaw, Goshen, and Mohawk in Lane County. A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts. You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible Flood Warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop. Landslides and debris flows are possible during this flood event. People, structures and roads located below steep slopes, in canyons and near the mouths of canyons may be at serious risk from rapidly moving landslides.

Record Rainfall Yesterday:
Hillsboro… 0.77” / 0.59” (1963)
Portland… 0.78” / 0.61” (2013)
Troutdale… 0.88” / 0.79” (2013)
Salem… 1.21” / 0.89” (1980)

Weekend Travel: Heavy rain will cause ponding on the roadways of Northwest Oregon through tonight; vehicles travelling too fast will likely hydroplane and temporarily lose control. For the Cascades, the snow level is above the highway passes but an Avalanche Warning is in effect through this evening.

Weather or Not: Wet’n’Wild!

4/6/19 Rain turning to showers today, up to 1/2″ precip, very windy, SSW gusts to 50mph, high 55F, heavy rain tonight-tomorrow, total of 2″ or better, S winds gusting 30-35mph, low 50F, high 55-60F. Outlook: rain Mon, chance of showers Tue, showers likely Wed, showers/clearing Thu-Fri, highs 55F, lows 45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..21 to 26 ft.
Weather………………Cloudy with rain. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………Southeast 20 to 25 mph with gusts to 35 mph, becoming south 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 50 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…8.1 ft at 01:43 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.3 ft at 07:54 AM PDT.
High tide…7.4 ft at 02:11 PM PDT.
Low tide….1.3 ft at 07:56 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:46 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:50 PM PDT.

The High Surf Advisory issued for the Central Coast by the National Weather Service remains in effect from 9:00am today to 3:00am tomorrow. A large westerly swell will produce incoming waves around 20 feet, with breakers around 25 feet possible. The main threat for High Surf occurs this afternoon and evening, particularly during the high tide in the afternoon. However, sneaker waves will also be possible earlier this morning. The surf zone will be very hazardous due to strong currents and breaking waves. Very large waves may run-up much higher on the beaches than normal and could catch beachgoers by surprise. These powerful waves can sweep people off jetties and other exposed rocks and can easily move large logs and other beach debris. A High Surf Advisory means that high surf will affect beaches in the advisory area, producing rip currents and localized beach erosion.

The latest Hydrologic Outlook from the National Weather Service shows minor flooding possible Sunday and Monday in Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington. We’ll see an unusually-wet April weekend, with heavy rain expected Saturday evening through Sunday night. Rainfall totals for the Coast, Coast Range, and Cascades could be 3 to 5 inches. Totals for the Willamette Valley and Southwest Washington Interior could be 1.5 to 3 inches, likely heaviest in the Central and Southern Willamette Valley. Snow levels will rise from about 4,000 feet Saturday to about 7,000 feet Sunday. Small stream and urban flooding is possible starting Sunday morning. Flooding along area rivers is possible Sunday night and Monday, although any flooding would likely be minor. Rivers of greatest concern include the Siuslaw and Mohawk in Lane County, the Marys in Benton County, and the Clackamas in Clackamas County. If conditions warrant, watches or warnings for specific areas or rivers will be issued. If you live in a flood-prone location, this is a good time to review your preparations and action plans should flooding develop next week.

Marine: A Gale Warning is in effect for Central Coast waters from 9:00am this morning until 9:00am tomorrow morning. South winds increasing to 25 to 35 knots with gusts up to 45 knots this morning and continuing through late afternoon. Wind will be decreasing late Saturday afternoon, but increase to 20 to 25 knots with gusts to 35 knots tonight. Seas around 15 feet early and then around 20 feet by late this morning. Seas gradually ease to around 15 feet late Saturday night.

Weekend Travel: Wet roads and breezy through tomorrow night in the Valley, Gorge and Coast Range. For the Cascades, 4-10” of snow accumulation expected in the highway passes today-tonight, windy and rainy tomorrow, the snow level rising to 6,000’.

Weather or Not: January in April

4/5/19 Rain turning to showers with thunderstorms possible today-tonight, up to 1″ precip, SW winds gusting 35mph, high 55F, low 45F, wet and windy tomorrow, 1/2″ rain, SW gusts to 40mph, high 55F. Outlook: breezy, another 1-2″ of rain Sat night-Sun, rain Mon, then showers Tue-Thu, highs 55F, lows 45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..9 to 13 ft.
Weather………………Mostly cloudy. Rain in the morning, then showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………Southwest 25 to 30 mph with gusts to 40 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…7.9 ft at 01:15 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.7 ft at 07:19 AM PDT.
High tide…7.5 ft at 01:32 PM PDT.
Low tide….1.0 ft at 07:25 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:48 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:49 PM PDT.

A High Surf Advisory has been issued for the Central Coast by the National Weather Service, which is in effect from 9:00am Saturday to 3:00am Sunday. A large westerly swell will produce waves 18 to 20 feet, with breakers around 25 feet possible. Peak wave heights are expected to arrive by Saturday morning and continue through Saturday night. The surf zone will be very hazardous due to strong currents and breaking waves. Very large waves may run-up much higher on the beaches than normal and could catch beachgoers by surprise. These powerful waves can sweep people off jetties and other exposed rocks and can easily move large logs and other beach debris. A High Surf Advisory means that high surf will affect beaches in the advisory area, producing rip currents and localized beach erosion.

Marine: A Gale Warning is in effect for Central Coast waters out past 10 miles until noon today, followed by a Gale Watch from late tonight through late Saturday night. A Gale Watch is also in effect for the nearshore waters from Saturday evening through late Saturday night. S winds 20-30 knots gusting 35-40 knots, combined very rough seas building to 19-22 feet at 18-19 seconds.

Weekend Travel: Wet pavement and breezy through Sunday night in the Valley, Gorge and Coast Range. For the Cascades, rain and snow showers with some snow accumulation possible in the highway passes, the snow level 5,000’ today, 3,500’ tonight rising to 4,500’ tomorrow, then to 6,000’ on Sunday.

Weather or Not: Stormy Weekend

4/4/19 Showers likely today, light winds, high 55-60F, rainy/breezy tonight-tomorrow, up to 3/4″ precip, S gusts 25-30mph, low 50F, high 55F. Outlook: possible heavy rain and quite windy Sat-Sun, a good chance of showers Mon, clearing periods with a few showers expected Tue-Wed, highs 55F, lows 45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..4 to 6 ft.
Weather………………Cloudy with showers likely. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………Southeast 5 to 10 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
Low tide….1.2 ft at 06:45 AM PDT.
High tide…7.5 ft at 12:52 PM PDT.
Low tide….0.7 ft at 06:55 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:50 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:47 PM PDT.

Marine:
* A Gale Watch is in effect for tomorrow in Central Coast waters beyond 10 miles from shore. S winds 25-30 knots gusting 40 knots with combined rough seas 11-13 feet at 12-13 seconds.
* Yaquina Bay inner range rear light is currently extinguished.

Weather or Not: Spring Hiatus

4/3/19 Decreasing showers today-tonight, SW winds 5-15mph, high 55F, low 45-50F, showers likely again tomorrow, high 55F. Outlook: rainy and windy Fri-Sun with heavy precipitation possible, then showers linger into Mon-Tue, typical temperatures for this time of year, highs 55-60F, lows 45-50F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..5 to 8 ft.
Weather………………Mostly cloudy with showers likely. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………Southwest 10 to 15 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
Low tide….1.8 ft at 06:10 AM PDT.
High tide…7.5 ft at 12:12 PM PDT.
Low tide….0.6 ft at 06:24 PM PDT.
High tide…7.7 ft at 11:47 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:52 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:46 PM PDT.

Weather or Not: April Showers

4/2/19 Rain turning to showers today, 1/10″ precip, light winds, high 55F, showers tonight-tomorrow, low 50F, high 55F. Outlook: rain likely Thu, heavy rain possible and windy Fri-Sat, rainy/breezy on Sun, then a good chance of more showers Mon, average April temps with highs 55-60F, lows 45-50F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..7 to 10 ft.
Weather………………Mostly cloudy. Rain likely in the morning, then a chance of showers in the afternoon. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………South 5 mph to 10 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
Low tide….2.4 ft at 05:33 AM PDT.
High tide…7.3 ft at 11:29 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.6 ft at 05:52 PM PDT.
High tide…7.4 ft at 11:19 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:54 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:45 PM PDT.

Weather or Not: Week of Wet

4/1/19 Rain today-tonight, up to 1″ expected, light winds, high 55F, low 50F, showers tomorrow, high 55F. Outlook: showers Wed, rain likely Thu, stormy on Fri with strong winds and possibly heavy rainfall from an atmospheric river event, then even more rain for Sat-Sun, highs around 55F, lows 45-50F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..8 to 12 ft with sneaker waves*.
Weather………………Cloudy with rain. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………Southeast less than 5 mph with gusts to 10 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
Low tide….3.0 ft at 04:53 AM PDT.
High tide…7.1 ft at 10:43 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.7 ft at 05:17 PM PDT.
High tide…7.1 ft at 11:50 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:55 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:44 PM PDT.
* The threat for sneaker waves along the beaches continues through this afternoon as a long-period northwest swell moves through the waters offshore. This swell will produce energetic waves that will likely rise farther up on the beach than expected. These wave run-ups will likely be strong enough to move large logs littered on the beaches or possibly knock a person off their feet. The waves will not necessarily look large from the beach which is why these type of seas could catch people on the beaches or on coastal jetties and cliffs off guard.

Precipitation:
March 2019… 2.32″
Normal March… 7.74″
So far this year… 16.78″
Annual average… ~70″

Weather or Not: Changes Coming

3/31/19 Increasing clouds today, light winds, high about 60F, rain developing tonight, low 45-50F, rain tomorrow, high 55F, total precip up to 3/4″. Outlook: showers likely Tue, rain and/or showers possible Wed-Thu, rainy and windy Fri, then more rain is expected on Sat, high temps 55-60F, lows 45-50F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..8 to 11 ft with sneaker waves*.
Weather………………Mostly cloudy. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………Southwest less than 5 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
Low tide….3.6 ft at 04:04 AM PDT.
High tide…6.9 ft at 09:50 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.9 ft at 04:37 PM PDT.
High tide…6.7 ft at 11:19 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:57 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:42 PM PDT.
* There is an increased threat for sneaker waves along the beaches Sunday afternoon through Monday afternoon as a building long-period northwest swell builds in the coastal waters. This swell will produce energetic waves that will likely rise further up on the beach than expected. These wave run-ups will likely be strong enough to move large logs littered on the beaches or possibly knock a person off their feet. The waves will not necessarily look large from the beach which is why these energetic seas could catch people on the beaches or on coastal jetties and cliffs off guard.

Weekend Travel: Dry highways in the Valley, Gorge, Coast Range and Cascades through tonight, the free air freezing level 6,000′-7,500′.

Weather or Not: Sunny Saturday

3/30/19 Sunshine today, NNW winds 5-15mph, high 55-60F, partly cloudy tonight, low 45F, mainly overcast tomorrow, high 60F. Outlook: rain Mon, up to 1/2″ expected, showers and/or light rain possible Tue-Thu, then a windy and wet weather system arrives on Fri, highs 55F, lows 45F all week.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..7 to 10 ft.
Weather………………Partly cloudy. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………Northeast less than 5 mph with gusts to 10 mph, becoming northwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 20 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
Low tide….4.0 ft at 02:58 AM PDT.
High tide…6.8 ft at 08:45 AM PDT.
Low tide….1.0 ft at 03:48 PM PDT.
High tide…6.4 ft at 10:43 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 6:59 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:41 PM PDT.

Weekend Travel: Bare pavement in all of Northwest Oregon through Sunday night, with only a slight chance of showers possible in the Cascades where the snow level is 4,000′ today but rising well above the highway passes to 7,000′ tonight through Monday.

Weather or Not: Mostly Dry Weekend

3/29/19 Chance of showers with some sunbreaks today, light winds, high 55F, patchy fog and mostly cloudy tonight, low 40-45F, sunny tomorrow after morning fog, high 60F. Outlook: slight chance of rain Sun, rain Mon, showers likely Tue, rain/showers possible Wed-Thu, highs 55-60F, lows 45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..8 to 12 ft with sneaker waves.
Weather………………Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. Highs 50 to 55.
Wind…………………South 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 20 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
Low tide….4.2 ft at 01:33 AM PDT.
High tide…6.9 ft at 07:31 AM PDT.
Low tide….1.2 ft at 02:46 PM PDT.
High tide…6.1 ft at 09:54 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 7:01 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:40 PM PDT.

Marine: Oregon State University will be conducting oceanographic research off the Oregon coast near Newport from 19 April to 23 April 2019, Yaquina Head out 15 NM on the Oregon shelf. The Research Vessel Oceanus will operate 24 hours a day and conduct net tows, work on moored sensors and collect core samples between a location approximately 1 NM southwest of Yaquina Head westward approximately 10 NM to position 44-38-31.2W, 124-18-28.8W. Mariners can contact R/V Oceanus on VHF-FM channels 13 or 16. For more information on this work, contact Clare Reimers at (541) 737-2426 or email creimers@coas.oregonstate.edu

Weekend Travel: Mixed wet/dry roads today, then mainly bare pavement through Sunday night in the Valley, Gorge and Coast Range. For the Cascades, a chance of snow showers and patches of ice in the highway passes, little or no snow accumulation expected.

Weather or Not: Slew of Showers

3/28/19 Showers later today, SSW winds 5-10mph, high 55F, chance of showers continues tonight-tomorrow, partial clearing, low 45F, high 55F. Outlook: patchy fog, mostly sunny Sat, increasing clouds Sun, rain Mon, showers Tue, chance of showers Wed, highs near 55F, lows about 45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..9 to 13 ft.
Weather………………Mostly cloudy with showers likely. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………South 10 to 15 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…7.2 ft at 06:23 AM PDT.
Low tide….1.1 ft at 01:34 PM PDT.
High tide…5.9 ft at 08:38 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 7:03 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:39 PM PDT.

Weather or Not: Wet Wednesday

3/27/19 Rain turning to showers today, 1/10″-1/4″ precip, SE winds 5-15mph, high 55F, chance of showers tonight, low 45F, showers/sunbreaks tomorrow, 55-60F. Outlook: showers Fri, patchy fog/sunny Sat, rain likely Sun, then showers Mon-Tue, high temps 55-60F, lows in the upper-40s.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..5 to 8 ft.
Weather………………Mostly cloudy with rain and showers. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………Southeast 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 25 mph, becoming southeast 20 to 25 mph with gusts to 30 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…7.7 ft at 05:27 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.8 ft at 12:25 PM PDT.
High tide…6.0 ft at 07:11 PM PDT.
Low tide….3.9 ft at 11:14 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 7:05 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:37 PM PDT.

Weather or Not: Spring Break

3/26/19 A break in precipitation today with mostly sunny skies, light winds, high 55F, increasing clouds tonight, low 45F, rain/showers tomorrow, high 55F. Outlook: showers Thu, chance of showers Fri, sunshine Sat, rain again Sun, showers return on Mon, the thermometer warming a smidge, highs 55-60F, lows 45-50F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..9 to 13 ft.
Weather………………Partly cloudy. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………Southwest 10 to 15 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…8.3 ft at 04:40 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.4 ft at 11:24 AM PDT.
High tide…6.3 ft at 05:59 PM PDT.
Low tide….3.3 ft at 11:13 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 7:07 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:36 PM PDT.

Weather or Not: A Potpourri of Conditions

3/25/19 Light rain and breezy today, 1/10″ precip, SSW winds 5-15mph gusting 25, high 50-55F, showers this evening, then partly cloudy overnight, low 45F, sunny tomorrow, high 55F. Outlook: rain and/or showers likely Wed-Thu, showers with sunbreaks Fri-Sat, rain possible again on Sun, highs 55-60F, lows 40-45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..10 to 14 ft.
Weather………………Cloudy with rain. Highs 50 to 55.
Wind…………………Southeast 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 20 mph, becoming south 15 to 20 mph with gusts to 25 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…8.8 ft at 03:58 AM PDT.
Low tide….0.0 ft at 10:29 AM PDT.
High tide…6.9 ft at 04:57 PM PDT.
Low tide….2.5 ft at 10:22 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 7:09 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:35 PM PDT.

Weather or Not: Sunday’s a Sun Day

3/24/19 Sunny today, light winds, high 60F, increasing clouds tonight, low 45F, rainy and breezy tomorrow, up to 1/4″ precip, high 50-55F. Outlook: mixed skies with a chance of showers Tue, rain likely Wed, more showers possible Thu-Fri, then mostly sunny Sat, seasonal temperatures, highs 55F, lows 45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..10 to 14 ft with sneaker waves.
Weather………………Partly cloudy. Highs around 55.
Wind…………………Southwest less than 5 mph with gusts to 15 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…9.1 ft at 03:18 AM PDT.
Low tide….-0.2 ft at 09:39 AM PDT.
High tide…7.6 ft at 04:01 PM PDT.
Low tide….1.6 ft at 09:38 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 7:10 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:34 PM PDT.

Weekend Travel: Dry pavement in the Valley, Gorge and Coast Range through tonight. For the Cascades, a chance of a couple snow showers today with the snow level below the highway passes at 3,000′ but rising to 7,000′ by tonight.

Weather or Not: Showers & Sunshine

3/23/19 Chance of showers and thunderstorms (maybe with small hail) today, light ESE winds, high 50-55F, partly cloudy tonight-tomorrow, low 40F, high 60F. Outlook: rain Mon, 50-50 chance of showers Tue, rain Wed, showers likely Thu, possible showers with sunbreaks on Fri, high temps about 55F, lows near 45F.

Beaches Today:
Surf Height…………..14 to 18 ft with sneaker waves.
Weather………………Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms. Highs around 50.
Wind…………………Southwest 10 to 15 mph.
Tides (South Beach)…
High tide…9.2 ft at 02:40 AM PDT.
Low tide….-0.3 ft at 08:51 AM PDT.
High tide…8.2 ft at 03:09 PM PDT.
Low tide….0.8 ft at 08:57 PM PDT.
Sunrise – 7:12 AM PDT. Sunset – 7:32 PM PDT.

Weekend Travel: Mixed wet/dry roads today, dry tomorrow in all of Northwest Oregon except the Cascades where 1″-4″ of snow may fall in the highway passes today-tonight, the snow level rising from 3,500′ to 5,500′ by Sunday.

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Coast Tree

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Coast Tree

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