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NWS Portland Nov 18
6 PM | It will be another snowy night across the Cascades. Expect periods of intense snowfall with snowfall rates periodically jumping up over 1" per hour. This will lead to difficult travel conditions over US26 near Government Camp and US20 around Santiam Pass tonight.
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Jeremy Scott on the Radio Nov 20
DENSE FOG: The freeways are packed in fog tonight and there's a dense fog advisory through Saturday morning. Drive safe!
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NWS Portland Nov 18
Thunderstorms will be most prevalent along the coast through Thursday morning. A few storms may fire over the Willamette Valley this afternoon and possibly Thursday afternoon. Small hail, gusty winds & lightning will accompany the strongest storms.
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Mike Warner Nov 19
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NWS Portland Nov 20
830pm: Dense fog continues to expand, now into the Oregon Coast Range valleys. Those heading inland from the coast can expect a fairly sharp drop in visibility once a few miles inland. Image courtesy of our friends at .
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Mike Warner 17h
PEEK-A-BOO... the very tippy top of Mt. Hood peeking up through a break in clouds just before sunrise for a few minutes this morning.
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OregonDOT Nov 17
With several high wind warnings/flood advisories on , you may encounter road hazards. Report hazards (trees down, road blocked by mud or rocks, etc.) by dialing *OSP - You'll get connected w/our nearest dispatch center so we can help!
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NWS Portland 8h
Apparently, this line of storms is packing some wind, too. Just had a 38 mph wind gust at as the front passed through.
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C-TRAN Nov 18
Route 37 on temporary detour due to flooding on east Mill Plain Boulevard. Buses not currently able to serve Mill Plain between 182nd Avenue and 192nd Avenue.
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Mike Warner Nov 17
And we all fall down... heavy rains leading to a quick end of our Fall foliage season here in Portland. The race is on to pick up the leaves before the storm drains do
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Portland Bureau of Transportation Nov 16
Hey , be 🍂unbe-LEAF-able🍂 by adopting your neighborhood storm drain! Our crews work hard to keep the drains clear, but hey, with over 58,000 drains in the city they just can't get to them all. Let's talk storm clearing tips...
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Portland Bureau of Transportation Nov 17
Great reminder from our friends at ! Need some tips for clearing a drain near you? Check out .
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BESPortland Nov 18
That was quite a storm . Still true👇
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OregonDOT Nov 18
Most navigation tools don't take current road or weather conditions into consideration. 😬 Learn what you can do instead. Visit our Winter Travel Tips page and click on the GPS topic. We see folks get into these dicey situations every year.
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Mike Warner Nov 17
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NWS Portland Nov 20
It's below freezing in many locations this morning with areas of dense fog. Slow down, allow extra time to arrive at your destination & be prepared for the possibility of slick roadways & low visibilities if you plan to travel in the Willamette Valley this morning.
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NWS Portland Nov 20
Aaaaand right on cue, here comes the fog again. We're already getting reports of the fog being dense in spots, and it isn't even 7pm yet.
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The Queen of Hats is Forming a New Religion Nov 23
Replying to @thequeenofhats
(this may be the most Portland tweet I've ever posted except for anything or )
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C-TRAN Nov 17
Winter is coming. Be ready before bad weather hits. Check out our 2020-2021 snow and ice info and plan ahead:
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Sherri Pugh Nov 18
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