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HOURLY
56
Clear
sábado-
Mostly Sunny/Wind
56
37
0%
56
37
Mostly Sunny/Wind
Precipitation0%
Wind18mph ENE
Humidity44%
UVLow
domingo-
Sunny/Wind
54
37
0%
54
37
Sunny/Wind
Precipitation0%
Wind9mph ENE
Humidity59%
UVLow
lunes-
Partly Cloudy
53
36
0%
53
36
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation0%
Wind8mph ENE
Humidity60%
UVLow
martes-
Rain Late
54
38
20%
54
38
Rain Late
Precipitation20%
Wind5mph ENE
Humidity61%
UVLow
miércoles-
Rain
52
43
70%
52
43
Rain
Precipitation70%
Wind5mph E
Humidity70%
UVLow
jueves-
Rain
51
45
70%
51
45
Rain
Precipitation70%
Wind11mph S
Humidity85%
UVLow
viernes-
Rain Early
50
44
70%
50
44
Rain Early
Precipitation70%
Wind10mph SW
Humidity85%
UVLow
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation0%
Wind18mph ENE
Humidity40%
UVLow
Visibility10 miles
56
0%
53
0%
51
0%
49
0%
48
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Latest Weathercast

WEATHERCAST

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Latest Forecast


Rain Last 24 Hrs. Trace

Rainfall for November 0.33"

Departure from Normal: -2.49"

Rainfall for water year October 1st 2018- September 30th 2019: 3.76" Departure from Normal: -2.06"

Rain since Jan. 1st (Annual): 19.69" Departure from Normal: - 8.04

East Wind conditions persist through most of the weekend

Once again our main weather feature in the region is a strong ridge of high pressure. That high is anchored east of the Cascades, and it continues to keep the storm track well away from the region, into Canada. The location of the area of high pressure is also creating another East Wind event for us. This one will not last quite as long as the last one, only through late afternoon on Sunday. But gusts continue to be strong, especially at the West End of the Columbia River Gorge where we're seeing sustained winds at Crown Point in the 20-30 mph range, and gust in the 40-50 mph range.

Please be careful if you do want to go up there to brave those windy conditions. That strong of wind can knock you down, wing your car door out of your hand and more.

Portland and Vancouver's East side and higher elevations are feeling the effects of that wind, too. Strong gusts continue in those areas through most of the weekend.

The East Wind is also warming up the Coast a little. Daytime highs are expected in the mid to upper 50s. The wind has also cleared out skies out considerably, and wildfire smoke from CA is no longer a problem for the Willamette Valley and surrounding areas.

But that doesn't mean everyone is problem free when it comes to Air Quality. Air Stagnation Advisories go into effect Sunday through Wednesday as high pressure creates sinking air over areas of Southern Oregon, and Central and Eastern OR and WA. That sinking air, tends to create inversions that trap the cold and particulate matter at the surface.

We are expecting to see a change in the forecast at mid-week though. The ridge finally gives way to a series of systems with rain and lowering snow levels in the mountains.

As it stands now, we expect rain to arrive Tuesday night into Wednesday. Another system on Thanksgiving Day will keep conditions wet. And another Saturday will make it wet for the weekend. Snow levels will drop down to pass level by Friday, so plan for changes road conditions if you are traveling through the mountains for the holiday.

Today - Clear, sunny, windy - 56

Tonight - Clear, windy - 37

Sunday - Clear, sunny, wind decreasing PM - 54

Monday - Sunny, colder - 53

Tuesday - Still dry, sunny - 54

Wednesday - Mostly cloudy, rain - 52

Thanksgiving Day - Rain - 51


Meteorologist Mary Loos

AMANECER
07:12:57 am
ATARDECER
04:37:57 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High63
F
Record Low23
F