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The death toll from the landslide that hit the Washington town of Oso has risen to 33.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported that a 3.3 magnitude earthquake struck NW of Sherwood on Sunday.
Heavy, steady rain saturated the valley and caused urban flooding in some areas of the Portland metro and Clark County.
The Oregon Department of Transportation says motorists must remove studded tires by Monday.
Steady rain has raised the landslide danger in northwest Oregon and southwest Washington.
The National Weather Service (NWS) warned Thursday that storms for northwest Oregon and southwest Washington could cause landslides this weekend.
Businesses on Mount Hood that were struggling this past winter got a break on Thursday when some fresh snow fell on the slopes.
Concerns for potential landslides have grown locally as a result of the deadly mudslide that hit Washington state and claimed the lives of at least 24 people.
Numerous power outages were reported across the KOIN 6 News viewing area on Tuesday.
With a death toll now at 14, the massive mudslide in Oso, Wash. Saturday March 22 has caused more deaths than any other landslide in Oregon in the last 100 years.
Forecasters say 1-to-2 inches of rain will fall in the Valley. Wind gusts of up to 60 mph are expected on the coast.
Snow and ice along I-84 east of Multnomah Falls created hazardous driving conditions Sunday night, and ODOT officials said travelers should expect delays.
The National Weather Service says speeds of 35 to 45 mph are expected, with gusts up to 70 mph on the beaches and headlands – slightly less inland.
Thousands of PGE customers were without power throughout the morning, including PDX. Drivers were advised to be cautious of standing water on roads and highways.
A 70-foot tree fell and landed on top of a minivan. The driver was extricated and taken to a hospital. He is expected to survive.
Two people were inside at the time but were not seriously hurt.
The outage did not cause any reported delays.
Two joggers, Chelsea and Michael, stopped to speak with KOIN 6 News reporter Lisa Balick. Off they jogged — but about 30 feet away, Chelsea lost her footing and fell flat on her back.
TriMet spokesperson Roberta Alstadt told KOIN 6 News, “We are aiming for a return to regular service tomorrow (Monday). But a lot depends on Mother Nature.”