High Wind Warning Canceled for North Coast; Central Coast Still to Have Gusts
(Oregon Coast) – The National Weather Service (NWS) in Portland has canceled the high wind warning for the north Oregon coast and for the inland parts of Oregon, but it remains in effect for the central Oregon coast. (Above: stormy Depoe Bay at night)
The high wind warning is in effect until 8 a.m. Tuesday morning for the central Oregon coast, including the towns of Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Yachats and Florence. This means those areas could see wind gusts up to 65 mph on headlands and beaches, but coastal communities should stay with sustained winds around 35 mph to 45 mph, coming from the south.
“Winds will be decreasing through 8 a.m.,” the NWS said in its bulletin.
North coast towns like Cannon Beach, Astoria, Manzanita, Seaside, Rockaway Beach, Garibaldi, Oceanside and Pacific City will not be affected.
“Broken tree limbs and power disruptions are possible on this morning,” the NW said.
Near Depoe Bay
Arcadia Beach, near Cannon Beach
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