Heavy Rain Continues

Twitter Facebook Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Heavy rain continues Saturday night. The heaviest rain will be in the Coast Range and Cascade Range. Rain will fall up to 8,000 feet as the freezing level rises. Showers will continue with this storm through Monday morning. Additional rainfall will be around 1-2 inches along the coast and … Continue reading »

Heavy Rain & Flood Watches This Weekend

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Heavy rain at times tonight as an “atmospheric river” of ocean moistures is heading right for the Pacific Northwest for the next couple of days. That will have an impact on travel over the next couple of days, as many spots may see upwards of 2-4″, possibly up … Continue reading »

Heavy Rain This Weekend

A cold front moved through overnight, delivering a third to half of an inch of rain to the valley and over an inch to the coast. The storm also produced several lightning strikes along the Coast. That front is now moving east of the Cascades and we’ll see just scattered showers through the afternoon. Highs … Continue reading »

Soggy Weekend Ahead

Thursday is starting out mild, as we’re in between storms, but stormy weather is on the way as the jet stream returns to western Oregon and brings a long line of tropical moisture our way. A cold front is on track to deliver rain and breezy winds to all of western Oregon late Thursday in … Continue reading »

Wet & (Mtn.) Snowy Finish to Fall

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Occasional showers tonight as a smaller storm breaks up moving across Western Oregon, so expect some light rain at times early (mainly before midnight) if you’re headed out tonight. Showers will taper off for Thursday morning but there’s a stronger storm headed in our direction as we’ll see … Continue reading »

Warm but Wet Wrap up to Fall

Wednesday is looking much like Tuesday, a foggy, drizzly start, but the next batch of showers are on there way an we’ll see soggy conditions for the second half of the day. Highs will continue to be slightly above average in the upper 40s. Thursday will stay fairly quiet, as we’re in between storms, but … Continue reading »

Quiet But Soggy Work Week

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Some light showers today and tonight (mainly just lots of fog in the valley) but we’ll see a little more rain activity pick up later tonight. Each day will carry a chance (some more than others) of seeing some light rain showers including tonight. Lows tonight will be … Continue reading »

Mild Final 5 Days of Fall

The jet stream is still heading to Northern California, taking any storm in the eastern Pacific south, but Oregon is seeing the top edge of these storms as a small branch of the jet stream is headed north. We’re seeing a few lingering showers from a storm system that brought nearly an inch and a … Continue reading »

More Showers Coming This Week

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   We say goodbye to the really wet and windy weather for most of this week, however, that doesn’t mean that we’ll get rid of the rain completely. Each day will carry a chance (some more than others) of seeing some light rain showers including tonight, with some occasional … Continue reading »

Showery Week Ahead

After a dry weekend the rain is back and we’ll continue to see chances for rain most days this week. The jet stream is still heading to Northern California, but a small branch of it is bringing some of the rain from California to Oregon with storm systems both today and tomorrow. We’ll see scattered … Continue reading »

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