Weather Forecast: Active Sunday afternoon weather brings tornado warnings to Portland and Vancouver


IT IS MORE CLEAR AND CONCISE. PEOPLE WILL LIKE IT. EMILY: LET’S DIG IN TO WHAT WE SAW TODAY. JOSEPH: LET’S START OFF WITH A PHOTO PERCENT IN FROM JIM AT OLD CORNELIA — SENT IN FROM JIM AT OLD CORNELIUS PASS. YOU CAN SEE THE DAMAGE FROM THE CELL THAT SLID THROUGH. DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS, THE TREES, EXPERIENCING DAMAGE. THIS IS WHERE THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STORMY — STORM SURVEY TEAM WILL CHECK IT OUT TOMORROW NIGHT. ACTUALLY TOMORROW MORNING AND WE WILL SEE IF THEY HAVE A CONCLUSION IF IT WAS A TORNADO, IF THEY WANT TO KEEP IT WITH A FUNNEL CLOUD WITH THUNDERSTORM DAMAGE. THE WAY THAT WAS SCATTERED ABOUT AND STREWN WITH DAN — BRIDGES ENTRIES. WE HAD THE FIRST 20 OH WARNING 6:45, WHICH EXPIRED AROUND SEVEN: P.M. — 7:00 P.M. WE HAD A BIG BURST OF RAIN IN CLARK ON INTERSTATE 5 WHICH HAD THE FLOOD ADVISORY. THEN WE HAD OUR SECOND TORNADO WARNING OVER ORCHARDS, WASHINGTON AND INTERSTATE 205. IT WAS A BUSY OUR WITH HEAVY RAIN, STRONG WIND, POSSIBILITY FOR MAYBE TWO TORNADOES TOMORROW WITH THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GETTING OUT. YOU WILL HAVE INTERESTING INFORMATION BACK TO US. TAKE OF RADAR LOOK, WE HAVE MORE MOISTURE ON THE WAY INTO PORTLAND, LIGHT RAIN AROUND PORTLAND NEIGHBORHOODS TO THE EAST, BUT POSSIBILITY FOR STRONGER SHOWERS TO ARRIVE OVERNIGHT. I WOULD BE REVERED FOR WET ROADS TOMORROW MORNING ESPECIALLY WHEN THE KIDS ARE GETTING — BE READY FOR WET ROADS TOMORROW MORNING WHEN THE KIDS ARE GETTING BACK. THIS IS TRACKING TO THE EAST. THIS COULD STILL HAVE MOMENTS PRODUCE LIGHTNING AND THUNDER ALTHOUGH THE SEVERE WEATHER IS LIKELY BEHIND US UNTIL TOMORROW. THE WEATHER HEADLINES, I HAVE MORE SHOWERS THROUGH THE FIRST PART OF THE WORK WEEK. THAT INCLUDES MONDAY AND TUESDAY, INTO WEDNESDAY. I COULD NOT RULE OUT THUNDERSTORMS TOMORROW AND TUESDAY. WE WILL HAVE UPDATES ON SOCIAL MEDIA BUT KEEP IT HERE THE NEXT FEW DAYS BECAUSE OF A CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS. IT IS STILL COOL. THIS WEEKEND 60’S AND 70’S, MORE LIKE AUTUMN, AND WE WILL HAVE THAT FOR THE START OF THE WORK WEEK. TEMPERATURES LOW 60’S, SCATTERED SHOWERS LIKELY. 10 TO 15 MILES PER HOUR. GUSTING TO 20 IN THE AFTERNOON AND POSSIBILITY FOR A THUNDERSTORM OR TWO. A GOOD REMINDER IF YOU HEAR LIGHTNING OR SEE UNDER — DID ENDORSE. PRETTY ACTIVE ACROSS MONDAY. I WILL SHOW YOU THE FORECAST. RAIN TO THE EAST BUT STILL SCATTERED ACTIVITY. CONSISTENT TO WHAT WE WERE NOTICING ON THE RADAR. EARLY TOMORROW MORNING ABOUT 6:30, NOT IN POINTING RAIN OVER PORTLAND, I WOULD PREPARE FOR SHOWERS. GOOD DAY FOR THE KIDS TO HAVE RAIN JACKETS, GOOD DAY FOR YOU TO HAVE A RAIN JACKET. EARLY TUESDAY MORNING, NOT TOO BAD. MORE BREAKS IN THE CLOUD COVERAGE INTO TUESDAY AFTERNOON. TUESDAY WE MIGHT HAVE A BETTER SHOT FOR MORE THUNDERSTORMS COMPARED TO MONDAY. RAIN SINCE MONDAY — MIDNIGHT. IF YOU FALL INTO ONE OF THE SOAKING SHOWERS YOU COULD HAVE SEEN MORE. TILLAMOOK WAS OVER AN INCH. IT IS DRY, PORTLAND, BUT SHOWERS ARRIVING. 63 DEGREES. SEVEN-DAY FORECAST, START PREPARING. 70’S ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY WILL BE NICE, TEMPERATURES MID 70’S FRIDAY, BACK TO SHOWERS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.

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