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Snow Possible on Beaches, Portland; Likely in Oregon Coast Range

Published 01/31/2019 at 5:53 PM PDT
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Snow Possible on Beaches, Portland; Likely in Oregon Coast Range

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(Oregon Coast) – Portland and the Oregon coast won’t be seeing any polar vortex, but there is a slight chance of some snow coming to the lower elevations of the inland valley and even the beach towns early next week. According to the National Weather Service (NWS), it all could show up as early as Sunday night.

“The bottom line is that there is still a chance for low elevation snow next during the long term period, but a lot needs to come together for it to come to fruition,” the NWS said.

It’s a colder and wetter pattern that’s coming to western parts of Oregon and southwest Washington, with a fairly good chance of snow above 1000 feet. This could spell some small driving issues along the Oregon Coast Range highways, although the current forecasts seem to indicate mostly a dusting and little accumulation even for many higher elevations.

“Snow is likely for elevations above 1000 feet early next week, but confidence in whether or not snow will fall, let alone accumulate, at elevations below 1000 feet is very low,” the NWS said.

If this dusting shows up, it’s most likely Monday

Daytime highs on the coast and around Portland are predicted in the low 40s and lows only at around 32, but the NWS is saying some small accumulations are possible on and off until Wednesday. Mostly, the agency is predicting a mix of snow and showers happening at the same time.

However, in the Oregon Coast Range, routes like Highway 26 or Highway 18 are looking at more of a likelihood of snow, with accumulations of one to two inches possible in the areas above 1000 feet. Overnight lows will be around 26 and highs only at 32 degrees.

Not a lot is happening with wave height over the next week, though seas will be spiking into the low teens on some days. Weekend waves are just under ten feet high, then edging up again to around 13 feet for Monday. Keep an eye on Oregon Coast Traffic Conditions. See Oregon Coast Weather. -- Oregon Coast Lodgings in this area - Where to eat - Maps - Virtual Tours

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