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  • Soggy Weekend Is Coming

    Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Mostly quiet tonight as we’re in between storms so cherish the dry time if you’re not a fan of the rain because tomorrow starts the beginning of a wet weekend overall starting with a strong storm blasting in on Friday. The good news is that temepratures haven’t fallen … Continue reading »

  • Drying Out But Staying Cold!

      Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   The rain and ice has stopped tonight but with the cold air overhead, we’ll stay icy on the roads with lows tonight dipping into the upper 20s for the next couple of nights. Tomorrow starts cloudy and a little icy but we’ll slowly see the sunshine start … Continue reading »

  • Another Slightly Icy Night

    Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   The skies continue to pour tonight as a stalled boundary is funneling gobs of moisture moving across the Willamette Valley. Temperatures have been holding steady JUST above freezing at around 33-34 for most of the day and night. However, there’s still a chance for some light icing overnight … Continue reading »

  • Wintry Start For Some Areas

      Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Wintry weather is on tap for some parts of the valley tonight. Temperatures will drop into the low 30s tonight across the southern valley meanwhile, much colder air is stuck in the northern end of the valley. An approaching storm will bring a slight threat for some … Continue reading »

  • Soggy Weather for Spooking

    Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Nice to see a drier day today as the next rainmaker has been building steam offshore, but we’re starting to see some sprinkles move back across Western Oregon tonight. They are courtesy of a warm front nosing its way across the coast tonight. However, temperatures should stay fairly … Continue reading »

  • Stormy Saturday Ahead

    Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   More steady rain today as a warm front plowed north through the state. Even though it kept things soggy today, the rainfall totals were only around .25″ or less in many areas. Tonight, we’re in a holding pattern with the next storm spinning up along the Northern California … Continue reading »

  • Another Windy & Wet Day Coming

    Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Even though we didn’t see the rain like yesterday, today’s weather brought an interesting wrinkle in the form of severe weather in Washington, an EF1 tornado to be exact. The twister slammed through Longview, WA around 12:45p this afternoon with winds estimated 86-110 mph from the National Weather … Continue reading »

  • Cool For School

    Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Sunny today and nice to see the low 80s on the board, the clouds will be back again tomorrow for the start of school for many kids across Western Oregon with a cool start in the low 50s. Enjoy the cooler air for the last day tomorrow because … Continue reading »

  • More Storms, But Calmer Days Ahead

    Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Thunderstorms already starting to fire across Western Oregon today as the low moving in off the ocean continues to stir up the atmosphere for the next two days. Each afternoon we’ll have a chance to see occasional heavy showers and frequent lightning. Some storms may become intense with … Continue reading »

  • Heavy Rain and High Winds Moving In

    METEOROLOGIST MELISSA FREY’S FORECAST DISCUSSION: Wednesday morning started with a wintry mix across western Oregon. Most of the night was dry, but by about 4 a.m. we started seeing another round of snow in the Coast Range and the foothills of the Cascades. The snow level started at 500 feet, but will climb to 3,000 feet by … Continue reading »

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