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Rain & wind returns tomorrow as another front pushes over the area. Expecting precip & winds to be the highest along the coast & the Cascades.
But that's not all folks. There is a chance for some minor tidal overflow flooding tomorrow too during high tide! Stay safe out there.
Sometimes our #satellites can see more than clouds! In this image of the coast from late last night, we can see the city lights of W OR and N CA. Those lights just off the coast? The fishing fleet out there working the first days of #OregonDungeness#Crab season. #orwx#cawx
Did you enjoy today's near record to record high temperatures in the 60s across much of the Willamette Valley (except the Tualatin Valley)? Tomorrow will be much cooler and closer to average with high temperatures topping out in the low 50s. #pdxtst#orwx#wawx
It was a warmer than usual November for most of the region, but not record breaking. Northern locations, especially along the coast, saw above normal precipitation, but areas further south were near to slightly below normal. #orwx#wawx
1109pm: It's foggy out there! At least, it is for many of our inland valleys. Visibility is down to a couple hundred feet in spots. Fog should start to lift around sunrise or shortly after. #orwx#wawx#pdxtst
🌡️ New daily records set for November 28 🌡️
Another day, another batch of max temperature records around the Portland metro area. Look for mild temperatures to persist for much of the coming week. #orwx#wawx
Another mild day is in store for northwest OR & southwest WA today thanks to yesterday's warm frontal passage. In fact, several locations in the Willamette Valley/Clark County could see record high temps today (current record highs are generally in the upper 50s to around 60).
610am: Fog is becoming locally dense in the south Willamette Valley, including in/around Eugene. Use extra caution as it may be difficult to see bikes & pedestrians in town. Those on I-5 and Hwy 99 can expect rapid changes in visibility through about 9am this morning. #orwx