Mixed rain and snow showers Wednesday morning for most of us

No dry days in the extended forecast
Published: Mar. 7, 2023 at 3:52 PM PST
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Today we did in fact make it to the upper 40s and even hit 50 in Scappoose! We were able to get a little measurable rain from .02 in Portland to .04 in Eugene.

Tonight we will see temperatures drop into the mid to upper 30s. We will also see the continuation of scattered showers until midnight. After midnight it starts to transition into mixed showers and some of us will see this until late morning. At this point we do not have any totally dry days in the extended forecast. Friday and Monday are looking to be the wettest days for showers on our 7-day.

We continue to have cool “troughs” in the jet stream dropping in. This will continue to keep our temperatures in the mid to upper 40s and lows in the mid-30s for the next couple of days. But temperatures are still forecast to rise with Saturday being the first day we hit 50 since February 21st. Through the weekend and into the start of next week we will stay in the 50s and even stay above average overnight in the 40s.

Bottom line, we continue through the second week of March with milder spring weather and remain on the cool and wet side of things!