Wet & Windy Wednesday!
A major storm system is coming, and it’s about to get wet.
A comet as hefty as a small mountain will be passing extremely close to Mars approaching the red planet at a speed of 126,000 miles an hour.
Early Sunday, the center of Hurricane Ana was about 120 miles south of Kauai and 125 miles southwest of Honolulu.
Goldendale Middle School student Kody Kiser joined Riley O’Connor on the KOIN 6 News set to deliver the weather forecast for the week.
Damage across region included Woodburn, where a powerful cell moved through the area around 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Breezy conditions will persist throughout the afternoon, but to a lesser degree. Winds as strong as these can cause minor property damage.
Tropical Storm Ana is strengthening and heading for Hawaii.
Now is the time to check your storm drains to ensure they don’t pile up and clog the drainage system
The Columbus Day Big Blow of 1962 is likely the most severe and damaging windstorm to ever occur west of the Cascade Mountains
Waves up to 15 feet high are expected along the central Oregon and south Washington coastal areas Sunday, with some swells even larger.