Rainfall Last 24 hours: 0.00"
October: 6.83" (+5.01") Wettest Oct. on record at PDX: 1994 Total: 8.41"
Since January 1st 30.43 (+6.70")
Water Year (Starting October 1, 2016): 6.83" (+5.01")
A break from the rain for now. It returns overnight.
We'll get some showers developing overnight as a new area of low pressure moves into the region, which could mean you'll have some showers when you make your way out to church Sunday morning, but they may not even be umbrella worthy, at least around the metro area. It's more likely we have showers moving in for Sunday afternoon as the front dies out over the region, so they won't be heavy, and most of the day will be dry.
Expect the next system to move in Monday for another round of rain, and that continues the pattern of on and off precipitation; with 12 to 24 hours dry, then wet, then dry again...
Temperatures will be pretty close to typical this time of year, daytime highs near 60 and overnight lows near 50.
Saturday night - Rain at the Coast, then moving into the Valley overnight - 49
Sunday - Cloudy, Showers early and possibly into the afternoon - 62
Monday - Midday Rain - 60
Today's Record Temperatures