Portland Weather Forecast

Here is your updated Portland Weather Forecast:

Hope you’re finding a way to stay dry! Not only did we have record rain today in Portland and Vancouver, but it was also the wettest day of 2014 for PDX. As of76pm the Portland airport was reporting 1.83 inches with more rain coming down.

Showers will taper through the overnight, but expect it to stay wet through most of Thursday. It won’t be consistently rainy day like it was today, but showers will pop up on and off and keep the roads wet without much down time to dry out.

SkyCast Overnight Dayplanner 3 Part Vertical 11pm-1

Mountains will be able to pick up another inch or two of rain as we head through Thursday. It was too warm for much snow on the tops of the Cascades today but the snow level drops tonight allowing for more snow at the resorts. Snow level stays around 6500 feet preventing any problems at the passes.

Another system approaches Friday keeping clouds around with rain developing during the second half of the day. Expect highs around 60.

The weekend could stay fairly wet. I’m tracking a potentially stronger storm (mainly from a wind standpoint) for Saturday. Forecast models aren’t all on the same page yet so it’s a little early for details but we will keep you posted. At this point I would count on the possibility of more heavy rain & at least breezy conditions for the Willamette valley on Saturday. It’s important to keep checking in to see how this situation pans out!

RainCast 72Hr High Res

Sunday doesn’t look as wet with mainly scattered showers.

Kristen Van Dyke | KOIN 6 Chief Meteorologist
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