Powerful Storm to Hit Portland Oregon on Monday December 7, 2015



Powerful Storm is on its way for Portland Oregon on Monday December 7, 2015 and it will bring 30+ mm of Rain and the Winds will be Very Strong Especially along the Coast of Oregon and it will bring Wind Driven Rain and Sideways Rain and the Powerful Low Pressure System will Approach the West Coast of Oregon that will Cause a lot of Rain and the Sewers will Back up on the Streets and it will Cause Localized Flooding and It will Have a lot of Puddles on the Streets. People in Portland Oregon Be Prepared Have your Rubber Boots, Rain Coats and Rain Suits Ready. When you Go outside Wear your Rain Gear, Rubber Boots and Rain Coats to Keep you Dry. Don’t Open up your Umbrella or your Umbrella will be Broken. Order your Pizzas and Chinese Food and Buy Cases of Pepsi and Coke. Have your iPads, iPods, Cell Phones, Laptops and Tablets Charged and have your 3G and 4G Internet Ready. Make Sure to Stay Away from the Beaches and Don’t Go Near the Shores. The Powerful Storm May Bring Down Power Lines and Tree Branches and some of Transformers will be Destroyed and it will Cause Wind Driven Rain and Sideways Rain. If you Have anybody living in Portland Oregon Be Prepared for the Powerful Storm on Monday December 7, 2015. Take Care and Stay Safe and Don’t Get Caught in the Power Storm Stay Dry and Be Safe.

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  1. Frankie,
    Can you shoot a Kirkwood Mountain Resort segment…
    Here is the forecast mi amigo 🙂
    SNOW IMPACTS NORTHEAST CA AND SIERRA:

    THE LATEST GUIDANCE STILL LIMITS MOST PRECIP TO NORTHEAST CA AND
    FAR NORTHWEST NV THROUGH EARLY THURSDAY MORNING, THEN RAPIDLY
    SPREADS SOUTH AND EAST AFTER 4 AM. THIS WILL PRODUCE A SUDDEN
    DETERIORATION OF TRAVEL CONDITIONS ESPECIALLY OVER THE MAIN
    SIERRA PASSES FOR THE THURSDAY MORNING COMMUTE.

    THERE IS SOME DEGREE OF UNCERTAINTY WITH THE SNOW LEVELS ACROSS
    THE SIERRA AS THIS STORM MOVES IN. WHILE SOME OF THE RECENT
    GUIDANCE WAS INDICATING A POSSIBLE DELAY IN DROPPING SNOW LEVELS,
    THE INTENSITY OF THE PRECIPITATION MAY DRAG DOWN SNOW LEVELS
    ANYHOW, AS A RELATIVE MINIMUM IN 700 MB TEMPERATURE (AROUND -4 TO
    -5 C) SHOWS UP AROUND DONNER SUMMIT ON THE LATEST GUIDANCE FOR
    THURSDAY MORNING. THIS COULD LEAD TO AN ALL SNOW EVENT DOWN TO
    NEAR 6500-7000 FEET, WITH SNOW ACCUMULATIONS ENDING UP HIGHER
    THAN PREVIOUSLY ANTICIPATED ABOVE THESE ELEVATIONS. THE SNOW
    TOTALS ACROSS THE TAHOE REGION IS PROBABLY ONE OF THE MOST
    CHALLENGING ASPECTS OF THE FORECAST, AND WE ARE CONSIDERING AN
    INCREASE TO THE HIGHER END OF THE SNOWFALL RANGE (UP TO 3 FEET
    NEAR THE CREST) WHEN THE NEXT WINTER STORM STATEMENT IS ISSUED.
    MOST OF THE OTHER STORM TOTALS LOOK REASONABLE WITH NO SIGNIFICANT
    CHANGES PLANNED.

    SNOW LEVELS WILL PLUNGE RAPIDLY FOR NORTHEAST CA-NORTHWEST NV BY
    MID-LATE MORNING, WITH A CHANGEOVER FROM HEAVY RAIN TO HEAVY SNOW
    FOR TRUCKEE AND TAHOE BASIN AROUND MIDDAY, AND FOR EARLY AFTERNOON
    WEST OF HIGHWAY 395 IN MONO COUNTY. SNOW WILL CONTINUE TO PILE UP
    THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. THE INTENSITY OF SNOW AWAY FROM
    THE CREST MAY DECREASE FOR A FEW HOURS BY EARLY EVENING, BUT
    INCREASE AGAIN BY LATE EVENING AS A POTENT SECONDARY SHORTWAVE
    BRINGS ADDITIONAL MOISTURE AND FORCING TO THE REGION. WHILE SNOW
    IS EXPECTED TO DIMINISH BY EARLY FRIDAY MORNING, SIGNIFICANT TRAVEL
    IMPACTS ACROSS THE SIERRA WILL LIKELY CONTINUE THROUGH LATE
    MORNING.

    LOWER ELEVATIONS/WESTERN NV PRECIPITATION:

    FOR WESTERN NV, RAIN WILL INCREASE THURSDAY MORNING AND CONTINUE
    THROUGH MOST OF THE AFTERNOON. MUCH OF THE LOWER ELEVATIONS CAN
    EXPECT RAINFALL TOTALS BETWEEN 0.25-0.75 INCH, WITH 1 INCH OR MORE
    OF ROUND THE RENO-CARSON VICINITY ESPECIALLY IN FOOTHILL
    LOCATIONS WEST OF HIGHWAY 395. PRECIP MAY DIMINISH DURING THE LATE
    AFTERNOON AND EVENING, BUT THEN RETURN AS MAINLY SNOW LATER IN
    THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT AS THE SECONDARY WAVE OF MOISTURE ARRIVES.
    THERE COULD BE A FEW INCHES OF SNOWFALL ABOVE 5000 FEET AND UP TO
    2 INCHES IN LOWER VALLEYS AROUND RENO-CARSON CITY, LEADING TO
    TRAVEL IMPACTS FOR THE FRIDAY MORNING COMMUTE.

    FOR THE REMAINDER OF FRIDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT, COLDER TEMPERATURES
    IN THE 30S TO LOWER 40S ARE EXPECTED WITH LIGHTER WINDS (BUT
    ENOUGH WIND TO ENHANCE THE CHILLY CONDITIONS). SNOW SHOWERS WILL
    GRADUALLY DECREASE DURING THE DAY, WITH LINGERING SNOW SHOWERS
    MAINLY LIMITED TO THE SIERRA AND NORTH OF SUSANVILLE-GERLACH BY
    FRIDAY NIGHT.

    .LONG TERM…SATURDAY THROUGH TUESDAY…

    MEDIUM RANGE MODELS ARE STILL IN GOOD AGREEMENT SHOWING ANOTHER
    STORM TO AFFECT THE REGION THIS WEEKEND. FORECASTER CONFIDENCE
    REMAINS HIGH THAT THIS STORM WILL BRING STRONG WINDS AND SNOW TO THE
    REGION, WITH TRAVEL IMPACTS LATE SUNDAY INTO MONDAY MORNING. DETAILS
    SURROUNDING THE STORM, SUCH AS SNOW AMOUNTS AND WIND SPEEDS ARE
    STILL A BIT UNCERTAIN, BUT OVERALL FORECAST CONFIDENCE IS RISING.

    LIGHT WARM AIR ADVECTION PRECIP WILL BEGIN TO PUSH INTO FAR NORTHERN
    CA/NV ON SATURDAY AHEAD OF THE APPROACHING STORM. BY SUNDAY, 700 MB
    WINDS WILL INCREASE AS THE SHORTWAVE TROUGH APPROACHES THE NORTHERN
    CA COAST. LATEST GFS IS SHOWING SOME VERY INTENSE 700 MB WIND
    EXCEEDING 80KT, ESPECIALLY NORTH OF RENO TO THE OREGON BORDER
    SUNDAY AFTERNOON. WE WILL NEED TO KEEP A CLOSE EYE TO THE
    POTENTIAL FOR ANOTHER DAMAGING WIND EVENT SUNDAY. THE THURSDAY
    STORM WILL LIKELY LEAVE A COATING OF HEAVY WET SNOW ON MANY
    ALREADY DROUGHT STRESSED TREES IN THE SIERRA THAT COULD GET
    IMPACTED BY THESE STRONG WINDS ON SUNDAY.

    THE MAIN ATMOSPHERIC RIVER AND PRECIPITATION WILL PUSH INTO THE
    NORTHERN SIERRA SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND PUSH THROUGH THE REGION BY
    MONDAY MORNING. THIS STORM LOOKS COLDER THAN THE THURSDAY STORM,
    WITH HIGHER SNOW RATIOS AND SNOW LEVELS FALLING TO ALL VALLEY FLOORS
    SUNDAY EVENING BEHIND THE COLD FRONT. DETERIORATING CONDITIONS LATE
    SUNDAY WILL IMPACT THE SIERRA PASSES WITH HEAVY SNOW AND LOW
    VISIBILITIES.

    ANYONE WITH TRAVEL PLANS SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING OVER THE
    SIERRA SHOULD PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE DEVELOPING FORECAST. ALSO,
    THERE IS SNOW POTENTIAL SUNDAY NIGHT IN WESTERN NEVADA THAT WILL
    PROBABLY IMPACT THE MONDAY MORNING COMMUTE AROUND RENO-SPARKS-CARSON
    CITY AS WELL.

    COLDER CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED FOR NEXT WEEK BEHIND THE FRONT, WITH
    A FEW LINGERING SHOWERS MONDAY AND TUESDAY. HOON

    Cheers,
    Coop

  2. Hey bud I just saw this shared on Facebook, and you are SPOT ON!! It's storming alright. Winter is here, no denying that. I really really think what you are doing is AWESOME bud. Keep it up, pursue your life's passions, keep entertaining the World my friend. Cheers from Portland Oregon!!

  3. he wasn't kidding! It was raining cats and dogs all through the morning, rivers in the streets – thanks, Frankie! Got my Chinese food, I am good

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