Monday: A damp start to our Monday with a few lingering rain showers early, but some dry time is possible late morning to mid-day. Temperatures warming to the lower 50s.
The start to the new week is going to be wet with some weather models pushing upwards to 2 inches of rain for the Portland metro by Wednesday morning. Warmer conditions move in by midweek, which will boost some of our temperatures into the 60 degree range. It doesn’t look like we will completely dry out for Thanksgiving at this time, but there should be some dry time in the forecast for the Holiday.
Snow levels will remain high, with major snow fall above the pass level. Good news for travels, not as good news for skiers and snow boarders.
Approaching Thanksgiving Day, another frontal system will bring above normal temperatures, more rain, and higher elevation snow, which looks to stay above the passes at this time.
You can read more about the Thanksgiving forecast at the weather blog!
Joseph Dames | KOIN 6 Meteorologist
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