A brief but intense rainstorm Monday afternoon caused Portland’s combined sewer system to overflow to the Willamette River.
As much as a third of an inch of rain fell at about 4 p.m. on Monday. Showers are expected to diminish as the evening progresses.
Investigators said Monday evening that the two fires that eventually became one in Two Bulls near Bend were human caused.
Several sighting opportunities of the International Space Station for Portland will occur this week, according to OMSI.
Wednesday brought some downpours, hail, a little thunder and brief periods of sun.
The lack of snow pack and the unusually high temperatures have placed Oregon at an increased risk of wildfires through August.
Sunday storms across the Portland metro area brought thunder, downpours and small hail.
The record high for May 14 was set in 2012 when the temperature hit 88.
There’s a little bit of every weather throughout the US this Mother’s Day.
Hot weather may be upon us, but the rivers are still dangerously cold.
At least 16 people died from deadly tornadoes stretching across Oklahoma and Arkansas.
The death toll from the landslide that hit the Washington town of Oso has risen to 33.