Lower Columbia Basin of Oregon

 Special Statement  Statement as of 2:57 PM PST on November 28, 2014


... Another surge of cold air for the weekend...

Another Arctic cold front is expected to move across the region
during the weekend. A Pacific cold front will move through the
region later tonight... then the Arctic front will move into the
area Saturday. High temperatures on Saturday will mainly be in
the 30s... cooling to the 20s and low 30s on Sunday and Monday.
Overnight lows Sunday and Monday mornings will be mostly in the
teens... locally in the single digits in the mountains. There is a
possibility of some light snow accumulations late tonight through
through Saturday evening as snow levels drop. Those traveling this
weekend are urged to keep aware of the latest forecasts as this
event unfolds.


505 am PST Fri Nov 28 2014

... Another surge of cold air for the weekend...

Another Arctic cold front is expected to move across the region
during this coming Holiday weekend. The cold front is expected to
drop southward out of Canada Friday night and move through the
forecast area on Saturday and Saturday night. High temperatures on
Saturday will only be in the 30s... cooling to the 20s and low 30s on
Sunday and Monday. Overnight lows this weekend will be mostly in the
teens... locally in the single digits in the mountains. There is a
possibility of some light snow accumulations Saturday and Saturday
night as snow levels drop. Those traveling this weekend are urged to
keep aware of the latest forecasts as this event unfolds.






 Record Report  Statement as of 4:20 PM PST on November 28, 2014


... New daily record high temperature for November 28th...

Note: stations marked with * indicate that the station reports once
per day. For consistency... these values are considered to have
occurred on the day the observation was taken but may have actually
occurred (especially for Max temperature) on the previous day.

Station previous new records
                         record/year record began

Walla Walla, WA 61 / 2003 62 1930




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