Rainfall Last 24 hrs: .11"
Rainfall for January: 3.06" Departure from Normal: +0.23"
Rainfall for water year October 1st 2019 to September 30th 2020: 10.48" Departure from Normal: - 6.47"
More Rain & Milder Temperatures, Gorge Still A Mess.
Another round of rain coming to the region tonight as new weather system arrives over the Pacific Northwest. Temperatures will remain well above freezing so no issues with wintry precipitation for the valley or metro area. The Columbia River Gorge is a different story. Cold air remains trapped so expect a mix of ice, snow and freezing ran. If you're planning on traveling in the gorge you might want to delay until Saturday afternoon. An Ice Storm Warning is posted for the gorge thru Saturday morning. In the mountains a Winter Weather Advisory is posted for elevations above 3,000 feet. 5" to 9" of snow likely in the mountains overnight. Locally rain will turn showery late Saturday and we can expect a mostly dry day Sunday.
Tonight's low 37
Saturday's high 48
Meteorologist Dave Salesky
Today's Record Temperatures