Portland Precipitation (in inches):
Last 24 Hours: .30"
JANUARY RAIN to Date: 1.90" Departure from Normal: - .93"
SNOW to since Dec. 1st: 11.4" (Storm Total from Jan. 10/11 = 8" - Ties for 5th spot on all-time greatest 24 hr. snowfall with Dec. 19th 1964)
Since October 1st (water year): 21.65" Departure from Normal: +4.70"
Ice Storm Warning Continues & Flood Watch For Wednesday
Ice continues to accumulate on the eastside of the metro area tonight. Up to 3/4" is possible for areas east of I-205. For areas on the west and southsides it's just a cold rain with snow and ice finally starting to melt. Rain will continue to fall at a moderat to heavy rate overnight tonight and into Wednesday. The very moist system could bring over 2" of rain through Wednesday. The rained combined with melting snow could cause problems for local river and streams. A flood watch has been posted for Wednesday for all of Western Oregon and parts of Southwest Washington.
Much of the later part of the week will be wet with moderate temperatures. Highs in the 40s and overnight lows staying well above Freezing.
Tonight's low 35
Wednesday's high 45-50 degrees.
Today's Record Temperatures