Tuesday Noon Weather Update November 15, 2016

Tuesday Noon Weather Update November 15, 2016


MANY SHOWERS AROUND. BUT REGARDLESS, THAT WAS REALLY FUN, SEEING THE SUPER MOON. KEN: IT WAS. WE ONLY SAW IT BRIEFLY THOUGH. IT WAS QUICK. BUT IT WAS IMPRESSIVE AND THANK GOODNESS WE’RE NOT TRYING TO SPOT IT RIGHT NOW BECAUSE IT’S PRETTY ACTIVE OUTSIDE. WE HAVE A LOT CLOUDS AND SHOWERS OUT THERE, CHECK IT OUT, WE HAVE OUR FIRST LIGHTNING STRIKE OF THE DAY. ALONG THE I-5 CORRIDOR, IS JUST TO THE NORTH AND TO THE EAST OF RICH FIELD THERE. IT’S POSSIBLE YOU HAD HER THAT LIGHTNING. THE ATMOSPHERE IS UNSETTLED AS THIS COOL AIR MASS TAKES OVER AND CREATES A LOT OF LIFT IN THE ATMOSPHERE, THAT’S WHY WE’RE SEEING THE DOWNPOURS DEVELOP. EVERYTHING MOVING OFF TO THE EAST WHERE IT WILL EVENTUALLY SWITCH OVER TO SNOW. IT’S BEEN A REALLY WET START TO THE DAY, ASTORIA HAS SEEN MORE THAN AN INCH OF RAIN. INLAND THE HEAVIEST SHOWERS ARE YET TO COME THIS AFTERNOON. HERE’S GOVERNMENT CAMP, IN CASE YOU’RE CURIOUS ABOUT TRAVEL CONDITIONS, THE ROADS ARE WET, BUT THEY WILL TURN WHITE AS WE HEAD THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT HOURS AND THE SNOW LEVELS DROP. THIS IS A TIME LAPSE OF THIS MORNING FROM MOUNT HOOD MEADOWS AND YOU CAN SEE THAT SNOW COMING AND GOING. THIS SHOT IS ABOUT 5500 FIELD, I BELIEVE — FEET, I BELIEVE, SO THAT’S WHY WE’RE SEEING THERE. THE SNOW LEVEL WILL DROP TO ABOUT 3,000 FEET TONIGHT. HERE’S A LIVE LOOK OUTSIDE, DARK SKIES WITH SHOWERS MOVING THROUGH, SOME HEAVY. MAYBE SOME SMALL HAIL. MONTH MOTH ALSO GRAY WITH WET SIDEWALKS. SO YET ANOTHER WET DAY ON TAP TODAY. A DIFFERENT KIND OF A FEEL THOUGH, THE AFTERNOON THE WEATHER WILL BE ALWAYS CHANGING WITH THE SUN BREAK AND THEN ANOTHER DOWNPOUR SWEEPS THROUGH, BUT THIS COOL AIR WILL BE WITH US THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK, IN FACT THE COOLEST AIR WE’VE SEEN SINCE EARLY LAST SPRING. SO LET’S TALK ABOUT SNOW. CAN YOU SEE OUR SNOW FORECAST, THE SNOW PILE UP IN THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS. THAT WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY GOES INTO EFFECT IN ABOUT THREE HOURS AND 40 MINUTES AT 4:00 THIS THIS AFTERNOON. LASTS UNTIL 6:00 THIS EVENING. THREE TO SIX INCHES EVEN AT THE PASSES, SO TOMORROW MORNING BRENT WEISBERG WILL BE LIVE EITHER AT GOVERNMENT CAMP OR MOUNT HOOD MEADOWS, BUT WE’LL BE SHOWING YOU THAT SNOW TOMORROW MORNING, WHICH IS REALLY EXCITING. OKAY, SCATTERED SHOWERS THIS AFTERNOON. HOUR BY HOUR, I THINK WE’RE STILL YET TO SEE DOWNPOURS MOVE THROUGH. THERE’S A CHANCE YOU COULD HEAR THUNDER THIS AFTERNOON AND YOU’LL NOTICE THINGS TURNING WHITE IN THE CASCADES AND HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF EASTERN OREGON. WE’LL HAVE SPOTTY RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS TOO. SHOWERS CONTINUE OVERNIGHT TOMORROW, ONE MORE UNSETTLED DAY, THIS IS COMMUTE TIME, SO WET WEATHER AT TIMES, SNOW STILL ON THE MOUNTAINS. AS WE HEAD INTO THE EVENING, THIS IS 5:00, SHOWERS AROUND, BUT NOT EVERYBODY WILL BE WET ALL THE THE TIME TOMORROW. IT WILL BE AN ON AND OFF BASIS. FINALLY WE START TO DRY THINGS OUT AS WE HEAD INTO THURSDAY. SO SHOWERS WINDING DOWN, 8:00 A.M. THURSDAY MORNING, AND THEN I THINK WE’LL SEE INCREASING SUN BREAKS AS WE HEAD INTO THE AFTERNOON ON THURSDAY. AT THE COAST TODAY, SHOWERS, SOME HEAVY, WE’VE HEARD A COUPLE CLAPS OF THUNDER OUT AT THE BEACH. VIEWERS HAVE REPORTED THAT. THE WIND GUSTS STRONGEST WHEN WE HAVE A DOWNPOUR MOVING THROUGH, GUSTING UP TO 30 MILES PER HOUR. IN THE VALLEY ALSO AN ACTIVE DAY. THE REST OF THE WEEK WE’LL STRUCK EL TO MAKE IT OUT OF THE 40’S AND INTO THE 50’S. IT’S SWEATER WEATHER TIME. MOSTLY CLOUDY EAST OF THE CASCADES. ACTIVE THROUGH THE GORGE TODAY WITH DOWNPOURS AND SOME SNOW IN THE MOUNTAINS. HERE’S YOUR SEVEN-DAY FORECAST NOW. ACTIVE TODAY AND TOMORROW. TOMORROW COOLER THAN TODAY, LOOK AT THOSE OVERNIGHT LOWS, LOW 40’S. OUTLYING AREAS WILL DROP DOWN INTO THE 30’S. JUST AS WE’RE DRYING OUT WE’RE REALLY COOLING DOWN. NEXT WEEKEND THINGS TURN WET AGAIN. KEN: NICE TO SEE THE SNOW UP AT MOUNT HOOD MEADOWS. WE NEED IT, AND THEY HOPE TO

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