Here is your updated Portland Weather Forecast:
Rainfall records fell all over the Pacific Northwest Wednesday. Portland picked up 1.88”. It was the wettest day of 2014 and the 3rd wettest October day on record at PDX. Records date back to 1871.
While it won’t be quite as wet Thursday, showers continue. Some of these showers will be heavy. It’ll be one of those days where the weather is constantly changing. One minute you catch a sun break, the next it’s pouring. There’s a slight chance of thunder, especially along the coast. An additional .25”-.5” of rain is possible Thursday. Temperatures don’t warm much. Expect highs in the low-60s.
We catch a break from the wet weather early Friday, but rain is back by afternoon. The rain will be moving from south to north, so it turns wet by mid-morning in the southern Willamette Valley. It’s raining in Portland by early afternoon. Highs will be in the low-60s.
I’m watching Saturday very closely. Strong wind at the coast and in the Willamette Valley is looking more and more likely. Scattered showers continue Saturday and Sunday.