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Monday, February 9, 2015

Lots of Rain on the Way

From National Weather Service:

The next storm system arrives Monday as strong low pressure off the California coast moves toward Western Oregon, bringing gusty winds and moderate to heavy rain through Monday. The latest forecast guidance indicates winds will not be quite as strong as the Saturday morning storm. Expect gusts to 55 mph for the Coast and exposed locations in the Coast Range, with gusts to 40 mph in the Willamette Valley. Rainfall will continue through Monday night, with showers and snow levels down to 4000 feet Tuesday. Periods of heavy rainfall Sunday night through Monday evening will cause river rises, especially for the central Oregon Coastal rivers and the central and south Willamette Valley; however, no flooding is currently forecast.



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