A lot of people across the region are reporting some light snow on their lawns this morning. A very cold and damp air mass is changing drizzle into 'snizzle'. Typically in a setup like this, we get an inversion - meaning that the air aloft (above the ground) is warmer. This allows the cold air to … Continue reading Snow, Snizzle, What Is it Falling From The Sky Today?
If you are a snow lover and hoping to see some more Valley snow, I have some good news and some bad news. It's been feeling very springlike lately with highs in the mid 50s. Now that's warm for January standards; but enough of that, if one thing is certain, it's that much colder air … Continue reading Another shot – albeit a slight one for Valley snow
Unless you live along the Coast or in the Willamette Valley, chances are good you had a white Christmas. From the Coast Range to the Gorge, to the Cascades and points east - snow was in the air. Check out some of these snow totals. Back in Portland Christmas was a wet day with cool … Continue reading Most Of Oregon Had A White Christmas and A Dry 2013?
For most of us living in the Willamette Valley, it will be a wet Christmas. If you were hoping for snow, you needn't go too far. Check out the latest 48 hour snowfall forecast for the State of Oregon. Have a merry Christmas!
After a snowy, cold start to our work-week mother nature has delivered a fire hose of moisture. Heavy rains and massive snow melt due to warmer temperatures have rivers and streams on the rise. Here are some areas flooding right now: South Yamhill River at McMinnville Pudding River at Aurora Clackamas River at Estacada Clackamas … Continue reading First Snow, Now Floods
It seems like Portland is always on the bubble when it come to snow. We have so many near hits but so few home-runs. I am about 100% sure that snow will fall in the lowest elevations of downtown Portland and the airport. We, Meteorologists, use a lot of tools to predict the weather. Current … Continue reading It WILL Snow in Portland