Strong gusts, stormy conditions return to Oregon, SW Wash. coastline
LINCOLN CITY, Ore. – Beaches in the Pacific Northwest are expected to see another round of gusty weather on Sunday, just days after a storm brought dangerous conditions to the coastline.
The National Weather Service is issuing a high wind warning from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday.
Beaches and headlands could see wind around 30 to 40 mph, with gusts reaching up to 65 mph.
The strong wind could bring down a few trees, branches and powerlines, possibly knocking out power for some coastal residents.
The gusts could also cause problems for drivers, especially for those in high-profile vehicles.
Windy conditions are expected to carry into the Willamette Valley, with gusts in the 40 mph range.
National Weather Service officials said the government shutdown will affect their social media presence, however they will continue to post updates online and issue warnings on weather that could impact lives and property: