WEATHER FORECAST: Light at the end of the rain tunnel. Briefly dry and a wet weekend ahead.

WEATHER FORECAST: Light at the end of the rain tunnel. Briefly dry and a wet weekend ahead.

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ALSO LED TO THE WESTERN POND TURTLE’S DECLINE. JENNIFER: A LOT OF US ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO A BREAK FROM ALL THIS RAIN. NATASHA: I THINK IT WAS A NOVELTY ON DAY ONE, AND THEN BY DAY THREE — IT IS NOT JANUARY. WE WOULD LIKE TO ENJOY FALL. THIS IS A REMINDER, HOLD TIGHT FOR A MINUTE. SEASIDE LOOKING GOOD, A GORGEOUS DAY AT THE COAST. 66. THERE IS THE PHOTO. WHAT DO YOU SEE ON TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN? JENNIFER: SNOW. NATASHA: A LITTLE DUSTING OF SNOW. THIS BIG AREA OF LOW PRESSURE THAT HAS BEEN OVER US, IT WAS COLD ENOUGH TO SEE SNOW AT 9000 FEET. THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING US TO SHARE YOUR PHOTO. THIS FROM HIGHWAY 26. WE REACHED A HIGH OF 68, 10 DEGREES BELOW AVERAGE. RAIN TOTALS SINCE MIDNIGHT. WE HAD MORE IMPRESSIVE E NUMBERS. PDX 0.2 INCHES. FOR THE COAST MOSTLY DRY. SALEM, THAT IS AN IMPRESSIVE NUMBER. MOST OF THAT RAIN CAME THROUGH IN THE AFTERNOON, ALMOST ONE INCH. WE HAD SOME FLOODING. WE DID HAVE A FLOOD ADVISORY. AFTER GETTING THAT 0.2 INCHES AT PDX, WE ARE ABOVE NORMAL MONTH TO DATE. FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR WE ARE BEHIND BY ABOUT FOUR INCHES. TOMORROW, MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES FOR THE AFTERNOON. HIGHS REACHING THE LOW 70’S. YOU MIGHT HAVE SOME FOG IN THE VALLEY BECAUSE THE GROUND IS MOIST AND IS RELEASING WATER VAPORS. WE DO NOT HAVE CLOUDS, SO THAT ENERGY IS RELEASED OVERNIGHT. FOR THE AFTERNOON, PARTLY CLOUDY. THURSDAY LOOKING GOOD, 81. THEN MORE RAIN FRIDAY MORNING. A LITTLE BREAK SATURDAY, THEN MORE SUNDAY. GET READY FOR THAT. WE WILL HAVE MID-60’S FOR THE WEEKEND. JEFF: 73 ON SATURDAY, ALL TAKE THAT. — I’LL TAKE THAT. JENNIFER: STILL AHEAD A SPECIAL , BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION FOR TRIMET.

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