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#WhenThunderRoarsGoIndoors Starting this afternoon & continuing into tonight, there is a slight chance for thunderstorm development along the Cascades & push into the Willamette Valley. Here is the current timing for these storms & when they could impact your area. #orwx  #wawx 

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Missing the summer-like warmth? If so, we have good news for you! Expect high temperatures in the 80s Wednesday through Friday across the Willamette Valley, before we turn cooler and wetter this weekend. #orwx  #wawx  #pdxtst 

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Expect a mix of clouds and sunshine today with high temperatures warming into the mid to upper 60s in the Willamette Valley this afternoon. #pdxtst  #orwx  #wawx 

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1 PM | A line of showers will continue to shift slowly eastward from the Coast Range into the western Willamette Valley over the next 1-2 hours. Expect brief heavy rain & a rumble of thunder or two with the strongest storms as they do so. #pdxtst  #orwx 

Many wineries in the Willamette Valley are close to each other, but are still located in different counties. For the Yamhill wineries, it has caused an influx of visitors to gather at the few open locations.

Brief heavy rain and perhaps even a rumble of thunder is not out of the question when those showers push inland, particularly for those living in the southern half of the Willamette Valley & adjacent Cascade foothills. #pdxtst  #orwx 

1245 pm | Looks like deeper connection is starting to fire across the south central Willamette Valley. Be ready for brief heavy downpours and possible lightning. #orwx  #pdxtst 

9 PM temperatures and 24 hour change. Does anyone notice? Corvallis, Eugene, McMinnville, & Kelso had less dramatic cooling due to cooler marine air seeping into the south Willamette Valley Sunday evening. #ORwx  #WAwx 

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Okay we realize Kelso and McMinnville are not the south Willamette Valley. Should have said marine air seeping inland. 🙄

Line of showers with heavy downpours pushing across the central Willamette Valley and nearby Cascades. A few thunderstorms also, one north of Mill City and another east of Detroit. This line will push to a Woodburn to Molalla (and east) line between 4 and 4:30 pm. #pdxtst  #orwx 

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For putting up with all the rain so far this month (In Portland we’ve seen rain fall on 28 of the 29 days), we thought we’d treat folks in the Willamette Valley to the possibility of a high near 60° Sat to start off the month of Feb. But you’ve gotta be nice…😉

A powerful storm will hit N CA & SW OR Tuesday. Heavy snow will fall across the Oregon Cascades Tuesday PM. Rain may mix with snow Tuesday night in the Willamette Valley, but little to no snow accumulations are anticipated except around Philomath, Veneta & Eugene. #pdxtst  #orwx 

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Oregon travelers, be AWARE & PREPARED next couple days. Snow affecting mountain passes & possibly south Willamette Valley. High wind in SW Oregon Tues p.m. Know your route conditions! #orwx  #pdxtst 

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Fire crews working to put out a fire on the west side of Portland's Rocky Butte - here's a view of the smoke from our tower camera. The Willamette Valley is under a Red Flag Warning over critical fire danger:

Another round of snow tonight into Wednesday morning. It's already snowing in Eugene and Albany, and snow is gradually spreading north. Again, the south and central Willamette Valley will get more snow from this system than areas farther north. ❄️ #orwx  #wawx 

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#Update : Coastal & Willamette Valley windstorm expected through Sat night. Willamette Valley winds: 30-40 mph w/ gusts to 55. Coast & Coastal Range winds: 40-45 mph w/ gusts to 65. Impacts: Downed trees, power outages, & difficult travel w/ high profile vehicles #wawx  #orwx 

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An Excessive Heat Warning has been issued for the North Willamette Valley and Columbia River Gorge. A Heat Advisory has been issued for the Willamette Valley'>South Willamette Valley, Cascade Foothills and interior portion of southwest Washington. Both are valid 2 PM Tuesday to 11 PM Thursday.

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There is historically a steep rise of wildfire starts on #July4th . Fire danger will increase across the northern Willamette Valley & Columbia River Gorge due to warm, dry, & breezy conditions tomorrow. Fast moving grass fires will be the biggest concern. Be careful with fireworks

Expecting everyone in the Willamette Valley to wake up to fresh snow tomorrow morning. Those who missed out last night in the central and south Valley look to cash in this time. 2 to 3 inches expected in the central and south Willamette Valley.

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Light rain to continue to move SE-ward across Willamette Valley this evening. Who's loving it?

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