Heavy Rain and Mountain Snow Expected Across Northern CA and Oregon from Feb 14th - 15th
A moderately potent system is expected to impact the Northwest, especially northern California and Oregon, on Wednesday and Thursday. This system will bring moderate to heavy rainfall, mountain snow, and gusty winds to the area.
More on the Heavy Rain Headed for California and Oregon
Here is the forecast for precipitation the next three days ending at 4pm Saturday. And, here is the total for the next seven days. As mentioned yesterday, this weather pattern seems more likely to produce heavy precipitation in the northern two-thirds of the State. Therefore, the Sierra will get clobbered. The European model is forecasting as many as 80 inches of snow.
Man sentenced to 4 years in Oregon prison after his 2-year-old accidentally overdoses on fentanyl
PORTLAND, Ore. — A man was sentenced to four years in prison after 2-year-old daughter overdosed twice from accidentally consuming fentanyl. Bret Mitchell Hollmann pled guilty on Thursday for third-degree assault and unlawful possession of a substantial quantity of Schedule II controlled substance, the Washington County District Attorney's Office said.
Vehicle of Jon Harder Seized To Reduce Restitution Debt
PORTLAND, Ore. — The vehicle of Jon Harder- former CEO of Sunwest Management and its affiliated companies that are implicated in a $120 million fraud scheme, was seized by the Oregon office of the U.S. Attorney General yesterday. The proceeds are earmarked to help fulfill an earlier restitution order granted against the defendant.
11 Local Cults You Might Run Into in Oregon
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$50K reward offered for information on gray wolves killed in Oregon
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Evening Weathercast: Rounds of rain and mountain snow through Thursday night
Brace for a wet and snowy spell! An atmospheric river brings rounds of rain and mountain snow through Thursday night. Expect a brief lull for Valentine's evening plans, but gear up for heavy precipitation resuming by midnight. Cascades could see up to 2 feet of snow as storms persist.
Winter Weather Advisory until 04:00PM Thursday
* WHAT...Wet snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 5 inches, except 5 to 10 inches above 2000 feet. Winds gusting as high as 35 mph. * WHERE...In Oregon, Coast Range of Northwest Oregon. In Washington, Willapa Hills. * WHEN...From 10 AM this morning to 4 PM PST Thursday. * IMPACTS...Plan on slippery road conditions. * AFFECTED AREAS: COAST RANGE OF NORTHWEST OREGON ... WILLAPA HILLS Instructions: Slow down and use caution while traveling. For the latest road conditions call 5 1 1, or visit for Oregon: https://www.tripcheck.com and for Washington: https://wsdot.com/travel/real-time/map
Snow returns to the region, how it will impact travel & daily plans
It's a quiet start to your Wednesday and it's a little bit colder than what we've had the last few days. There are some breaks in the clouds this morning across portions of northeastern Oregon and temperatures have dropped drastically into the 20s for most of the Blues region and the mid to lower 30s in the Tri-Cities and Yakima regions.
Oregon fishermen, tribes angered by surprise announcement on offshore wind energy areas
The federal government has finalized two wind energy areas off the Oregon coast, opening the door to the sale of offshore wind leases in the state. The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Bubonic Plague Case Confirmed In Oregon
When you hear the term Bubonic Plague, ideas of a great pandemic from the past pops into mind. A plague that ran rampant throughout the eastern Roman Empire back in the mid 540’s A.D. It can be scary! It is! But it happens much more often, with the most recent account in July of 2020.
Happy Birthday Oregon!
EUGENE, Ore. — Not only was February 14th Valentine's Day, it was also the state of Oregon's birthday!. Wednesday marked 165 years since the state was established. Zach Bruhl went out to the public armed with some birthday decorations and Oregon based trivia as a way to celebrate!
29 people become citizens on Oregon's 165th birthday
For the second year in a row, the Oregon Historical Society hosted a citizenship ceremony, with many looking forward to voting for the first time.
Oregon Lottery Win For Life, Powerball, Pick 4, Megabucks, Mega Millions, Lucky Lines winning numbers for Tuesday, February 13, 2024
The Oregon Lottery offers multiple draw games for people looking to strike it rich. Here’s a look at Tuesday, February 13, 2024 winning numbers for each game:. Wed, Feb 14, 2024, 7:30 pm Pacific Time (GMT-8:00)
▶️ Ray Hartzell, founding member of Oregon Band of Brothers, dies
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Oregon agencies prep for winter storm
TROUTDALE, Ore. (KATU) — State and local agencies are working around the clock to prep the roads for Wednesday evening's storm. According to Don Hamilton with the Oregon Department of Transportation, crews have been working to put deicer on I-84. Hamilton says it's not out of the question to close the highway in Troutdale out to Hood River.
Aggressive Amendments to Oregon NIL Law Passes Committee Vote
The amended version of Oregon's NIL law protects athletes and schools from NCAA led NIL investigations and penalties
Snowfall Continues in Hartford
Winter's grip tightens on Hartford, Connecticut, as relentless snowfall blankets the city. Expect the flurries to persist until midday, with a brief respite before a fresh wave hits Thursday evening. Tune in for updates on this snowy siege, just blocks from the capital, with accumulations reaching up to 10 inches.
OR to decide on added protections for decreasing orca population
Oregon officials are considering providing additional protections to orcas in the region. The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission will decide on Friday if Southern Resident orcas should be listed as endangered in the state. Kathleen Callaghy is the Northwest representative for Defenders of Wildlife. She said there is a perception...
Fired Ore. corrections manager wins nearly $1M in retaliation claim
SALEM, Ore. — The state on Tuesday agreed to pay a former Oregon Department of Corrections senior manager nearly $1 million to settle her claims of retaliation after she raised concerns about the treatment of two employees who later also successfully sued the agency. The state settled the claims...