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7 DAY FORECAST
HOURLY
50
Broken Clouds
Saturday-
Few Showers
54
41
70%
54
41
Few Showers
Precipitation70%
Wind7mph SSW
Humidity63%
UVLow
Sunday-
Rain
52
42
100%
52
42
Rain
Precipitation100%
Wind10mph SE
Humidity86%
UVLow
Monday-
Showers
55
41
70%
55
41
Showers
Precipitation70%
Wind8mph SSW
Humidity81%
UVModerate
Tuesday-
Few Showers
56
43
50%
56
43
Few Showers
Precipitation50%
Wind9mph S
Humidity78%
UVLow
Wednesday-
PM Rain
55
46
90%
55
46
PM Rain
Precipitation90%
Wind8mph S
Humidity91%
UVLow
Thursday-
AM Showers
56
47
50%
56
47
AM Showers
Precipitation50%
Wind8mph SW
Humidity78%
UVModerate
Friday-
PM Rain
59
45
20%
59
45
PM Rain
Precipitation20%
Wind5mph S
Humidity68%
UVModerate
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation10%
Wind7mph S
Humidity59%
UVLow
Visibility10 miles
53
10%
54
10%
53
10%
53
10%
52
20%
50
20%
48
10%
47
10%
46
10%
45
10%
45
10%
44
10%

Latest Weathercast

WEATHERCAST

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Latest Forecast


Rain last 24 hours: .77"

MARCH RAIN to Date: 6.34" Departure from Normal: +3.41"

Rainfall since October 1st (water year): 40.58" Departure from Normal: +14.99"

SNOW since Dec. 1st: 11.2"

Breaks Saturday. Sunday, another wet day

Saturday (3/25/17) many of us woke up to quiet conditions with some sunbreaks in the clouds. Others still had some showers rolling through. Expect showers to be possible, but very scattered in nature through the early part of the day. We're still dealing with the conditions behind our front from yesterday. BUT we should begin to see less shower activity in the second half of the day, and virtually dry conditions later this afternoon into the evening and overnight hours.

If you'll miss the rain, don't worry, it will make a quick comeback on Sunday. Rain starts early Sunday morning on the Coast, along with windy conditions. Strong winds will continue through the morning along with the rain. All in advance of the next cold front which moves onshore through the day. Valley locations will see rain by mid-morning. Rainfall totals will again be around a 1/4 to 1/2". Expect more mountain snow, too. The snow level will remain around 4,000' Sunday with another 4-8" of snow possible.

East of the Cascades Saturday will just be clouds, a bit breezy and with a few scattered showers. More moisture makes it over the Cascades with Sunday's frontal system and that is expected to bring rain and mountain snow back to Central and Eastern Oregon through Monday morning.

Showers or rain continue through the week, with little break. Overnight lows will continue in the 40s, while daytime highs run a few degrees below average, in the low to mid 50s.

So far in March our rainfall total is around 6.34". The wettest March on record at PDX is 2012 with 7.89" of rain.

Saturday - Few Showers, esp. early, drier evening and overnight - 54

Sunday - Rain and windy - 52

Monday - Showers continue - 54


Meteorologist Mary Loos

SUNRISE
07:03:26 am
SUNSET
07:30:05 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High74
F
Record Low30
F