Portland Precipitation (in inches):
Last 24 Hours .06"
December to Date: .08" Departure from Normal: -.41"
Since October 1st (water year): 15.22" Departure from Normal: +6.18"
Since January 1st (calendar year): 38.82" Departure from Normal: +7.87"
Quiet Pattern Tonight & Saturday Before Things Get Crazy.
A weak weather front will move across the Pacific Northwest tonight. That will keep us under overcast skies and a few light showers. Temperatures will remain mild and snow levels in the mountains above pass elevations. A stronger system will arrive late Saturday night bringing plenty of rain. Expect Sunday to be a very soggy day with over 1" of rain likely. Colder air will arrive behind the storm front rapidly dropping snow levels. By early Monday morning snow, sticking snow ... Is likely above 1,000 feet. Belew it will be a rain/snow mix at best with little if any accumulation. Temperatures rise on Monday and skies dry out by the afternoon.
Tonight's low 45
Saturday's high 52
Today's Record Temperatures