Sunday, December 8th 11 p.m.
One More REALLY Cold Night...But At Least Dry...For Now
WOW! IT'S STILL COLD!! BUT AFTER TONIGHT WE START TO WARM UP!
Eugene started at -10 Sunday morning, the Second Coldest temperature ever recorded at the airport there. The record is -12, set back on this day in 1972.
Speaking of 1972, most of our records were set then, and PDX's is 8 degrees for this day. We hit 12 early this morning.
Daytime highs only made it into the upper 20s Sunday with a few clouds.
A disturbance moving down from B.C. may bring some flurries to the North Coast this evening. More will arrive through the day Monday into Tuesday as daytime highs will stay close to freezing through Tuesday, and that will move inland to the valley and gorge.
Overnight Monday into Tuesday morning we're looking at another messy commute, with an inch or tow of snow, or even freezing rain!
A Winter Weather Advisory is up for much of Western Oregon and SW Washington from MOnday afternoon through Tuesday afternoon.
Rain arriving Thursday may start as mixed precip. in many areas as it may take some time for the cold air to be pushed out be the arriving system. Rain and 40s will finish the week.
Tonight - 15
Tomorrow - 33