Rain Last 24 hrs. .T"
Rainfall for May: 0.93" Departure from Normal: -062"
Rainfall for water year October 1st 2018 to September 30th 2019: 23.71" Departure from Normal: -6.91"
Rain since January 1st (Annual): 12.34" Departure from Normal: -4.16"
Cool & Showery With Snow In The Cascades.
A cold front will slide across Western Oregon tonight bringing rain and rain showers to much of the area. Colder air associated with the front will allow snow to fall as low as 5,000 feet. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the South Cascades and part of Central Oregon. 1" to 4" of snow could fall between now and Tuesday morning.
Locally rain will turn showery by late morning and showers should taper off by afternoon. Temperatures will reach the middle 60s for Portland and the Willamette Valley. A slow warming and drying trend begins Wednesday with afternoon highs climbing into the low to middle 70s. Theirs a small chance of showers by the weekend but Memorial Day looks to be be dry at this point.
Tonight's low 50
Tuesday's high 67
K2 Meteorologist David Salesky
Today's Record Temperatures