SALEM, OR (KPTV) - Gov. Kate Brown declared a state of emergency in 23 counties Thursday amid an excessive heat warning in place for much of O…
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PORTLAND (KPTV) – Another round of high temperatures in parts of Oregon and Washington that are expected to last through Saturday while a ridg…
The torch has been lit at the Tokyo Olympics and the opening weekend will feature competition in men's gymnastics, women's soccer, swimming, tennis and more.
Extreme heat and dry conditions are fueling raging wildfires in the western US, charring more than a million acres, requiring evacuations and creating smoky conditions visible from space.
Friday, July 30th, 3:50 P.M.
Clouds and a smoky haze kept today a bit cooler than expected, but it was still very warm with highs making it into the mid 90s around the metro area. We are seeing some showers on the radar, but most of the rain is very light and evaporating before it hits the ground. A chance of thunderstorms or light showers will linger tonight, especially over the Cascades.
Saturday brings more high clouds and a smoky haze above with highs in the low 90s. Expect that smoke to stick around on Sunday, but it should have little to no impact on our air quality.
After a couple more 90 degree days on Monday and Tuesday, things cool off midweek. Thursday and Friday bring our first decent chance of showers in over a month and a half!
With the Olympic Games opening ceremonies less than a week away, all eyes will be on the weather forecast.
Scattered storms could spoil firework shows in some areas.
More than 230 deaths reported in British Columbia amid historic heat wave
A temporary misting station in Vancouver cools residents amid the extreme heat.
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - As Portland experiences another day of heat for the record books, many companies had to make big changes Monday, some de…
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - If you're hoping to check out a pool Monday to beat the heat, you'll have some pretty limited options in the Portland me…