Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on December 29, 2014
PORTLAND, Ore. — The National Weather Service says a winter storm is coming to the Portland Metro area. Forecasters expect snow accumulations in the mountains and foothills of one to four inches. By later today, there could be accumulations of up to an inch at elevations as low as 1,000 feet.
The East wind is expected to arrive mid-morning today, In Portland gusts …
Strong winds knocked down trees and caused power outages in the Portland metro area Thursday. PDX recorded it’s strong gust in 33 years at 67 miles per hour. At one point, well over 125,000 PGE customers were without power. Dozens and dozens of trees and lines were down from Salem to North Portland and Gresham to Hillsboro. A number of …
PORTLAND — Tree trimmers are staying busy after strong winds throughout the metro area on Tuesday caused trees to fall onto power lines, cars and whatever was in their path.
“This is actually number four for us today,” said Jon Poteet with Northwest Tree Service. By early afternoon, he’d already responded to calls in Lake Oswego, Sylvan and Clackamas.
A large Douglas Fir …
PORTLAND — Downpours and wind gusts up to 45 mph hit the Portland area Tuesday afternoon as another round of weather moved in, causing flooding and other problems.
KGW meteorologist Rod Hill says the storm could drop more than a half-inch of rain by late afternoon with high water and small stream flooding.
Rock Creek is spilling over its banks and has …