Rain last 24 hours at PDX: .T"
December Rain: .37" Departure from Normal : -2.43"
Rainfall since October 1st (water year): 11.38" Departure from Normal: -.05"
Well That Didn't Add Up To A Hill Of Beans.
Only a trace amount of precipitation in most locations today. The much advertised weather system of the past few days faded out before ever reaching the Oregon Coast today. Temperatures climbed into the low 40s in most areas west of The Cascades. Tonight we'll see plenty of clouds but only a few sprinkles. In the mountains snow is falling but only at higher elevations. Snow amounts will add up to less than a couple of inches in most areas.
Headed into the weekend skies will remain dry through Saturday evening. Late tomorrow night we'll see another chance of showers. With almost half the month finished we're now on track for on of if not the driest December ever.
Tonight's low 32
Saturday's high 46
Today's Record Temperatures