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Unusually Strong September Storm Targets Northwest: Flooding, High Wind Threats and Snow

 
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Starting to get blustery here on the coast of Washington.
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I'm on WA coast too the wind is roaring like crazy now
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Yes it is what part of the coast, Im in Hoquiam area.
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wind still blowing hard on Oregon coast, rain has slowed down to a sprinkle, rained all day today and yesterday not really that big of a deal, seen worst here.
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updating from salem,Oregon here
it's windy as shit and power outages are multiplying as the storm is getting worse
flood watches also in affect for parts of Oregon and washington
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Yeah, half-way between Salem and Portland here. I think the windstorm is working its' way up the valley - I've noticed a definite pick up in the windspeed, and the lights have flickered a couple of times. I have my oil lamp out and ready to light if we lose our power. I think I'm located (time-wise) about a half-hour following whatever YOU experience with this storm.
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I live near Issaquah and we had some major wind and rain yesterday, made the power go out for 3 hours. But it seems to have died down today. Hopefully it will stay that way.

I've gotta tell you, whenever there's a power outage part of me always wonders if it's going to be "the" blackout. hiding
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Wind has increased considerably here in Portland. I think the storm front is scheduled to hit at 8:30pm... so a little less than an hour from now. The local news has stated that pockets of the city have lost power, but nothing serious. Largest pocket is inner north Portland with 5k without power.
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The southern coast of BC is get tinge it's ass kicked right now. It's raining sideways, sustained winds of 60 - 80 km/hr, gusts 110 km hr.
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Oh and just to add to Olympia and Tacoma-Seattle having the wettest September Portland and Salem have just announced the same. Sure was a wet last few days.
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This is only the beginning.

Rough winter ahead, next spring will come late and will be extremely violent... Followed by a brief very hot summer..

From now through the next ten years it is going to get progressively worse.

IMO
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I see this trend more and more too,...we are constantly breaking all kinds of records. The seasons come late or early but Never gradual, always shitting hard weither its wind, rain or snow. These dams can bearly hold back the water long enough without spilling over.
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norcal pot crop is gonna be moldy this year.
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Bellevue winds picking up. PSE has sent email to employees to prepare foe 3-4 days of outage depending on severity of this storm tonight. We were without power all day yesterday. Restored at 10 pm last night.
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Oh and just to add to Olympia and Tacoma-Seattle having the wettest September Portland and Salem have just announced the same. Sure was a wet last few days.
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Hard to believe that last week we had sunny weather in the 80's, huh?
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Lived in Oregon for many years. Back in the 60's a storm came in from the Pacific. It was called the Columbus Day Storm. Caused major power outages, flooding, landslides, downed thousands of trees which blocked roads. It blew so hard that it blew me off a porch I was standing on! I was 8 years old at the time. Never forget it!
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This is only the beginning.

Rough winter ahead, next spring will come late and will be extremely violent... Followed by a brief very hot summer..

From now through the next ten years it is going to get progressively worse.

IMO
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I see this trend more and more too,...we are constantly breaking all kinds of records. The seasons come late or early but Never gradual, always shitting hard weither its wind, rain or snow. These dams can bearly hold back the water long enough without spilling over.
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It is a trend that will bring devastating impact on the northern hemisphere, especially on livestock and agriculture, also with the violent weather comes damage and losses that altogether can destroy what is left of the economy.

People just aren't ready to know yet... But they will in time.
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Sunday hasn't been as bad as predicted in Portland. Still rainy and windy, but not like Saturday evening.
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S. oregon here. power has been out for 5 hours.
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Looks like a typical summer afternoon Tampabay shower. Actually looks kind of weak.
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That explains the snow on the mountains around us that are at least 1 month too early.
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South of Portland 15 miles and is just start raining a little harder with wind picking back up.
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lights just flashed twice... going for darkness soon...
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wow, ok.
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Rainer Valley South Seattle, mild wind and some rain squalls. Still just waiting.
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S. oregon here. power has been out for 5 hours.
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Medford/Ashland?
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My power just went out... Tacoma wa... :(
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This is only the beginning.

Rough winter ahead, next spring will come late and will be extremely violent... Followed by a brief very hot summer..

From now through the next ten years it is going to get progressively worse.

IMO
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We are in inland NW, on the dry side and yesterday were talking about the late, short, cool Springs we have been experiencing, along with early, short, chilly Fall weather. The seasons have shifted or something.

We have had almost no Fall here, where we used to have a long drawn out Indian Summer, leaves changed color, etc.

Now it is chilly weather, windy, rainy. Looks like no Indian Summer here this year.

We had a wind storm come through last night about 2:30 that shook things up a little bit, no damage, but really noisy, if you know what I mean.

Stay safe and dry you wet siders hf

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S. oregon here. power has been out for 5 hours.
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Medford/Ashland?
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Grants Pass
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Portland has been a little windy, today.

The outage map says some are without power, but I only had a minor brown out.

[link to www.portlandgeneral.com]

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The calendar still says September. However, a November-like barrage of powerful storms is taking aim on the Pacific Northwest this weekend.

Numerous cities already got socked on Saturday as an initial round of heavy rainfall and high winds pummeled Washington, Oregon, northern Idaho and northwest Montana.

At least three cities broke all-time September calendar-day rainfall records on Saturday:

Seattle-Tacoma Airport: 1.71 inches (previous record 1.65 inches set Sept. 22, 1978 and Sept. 30, 1953)
Olympia, Wash. Airport: 2.93 inches (previous record 1.67 inches set Sept. 17, 2010)
Astoria, Ore.: 3.16 inches (previous record 2.67 inches set Sept. 16, 1997)
Gusty winds produced numerous broken tree branches, downed power lines, and traffic control lights throughout the downtown Portland area on Saturday night. Over 25,000 customers were without power Saturday evening, according to PGE. Sustained winds of 50 to 60 mph have been reported throughout the region, and 70 to 75 mph gusts have been observed in Garibaldi, Ore.

[link to www.weather.com]
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Southern Oregon coast here:

It's cats and dogs!
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Re: Unusually Strong September Storm Targets Northwest: Flooding, High Wind Threats and Snow
This is only the beginning.

Rough winter ahead, next spring will come late and will be extremely violent... Followed by a brief very hot summer..

From now through the next ten years it is going to get progressively worse.

IMO
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probably, my hair sheep are getting a nice coat already
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S. oregon here. power has been out for 5 hours.
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Medford/Ashland?
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Grants Pass
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G.P. here as well. I'm just off Redwood Hwy., 2 miles out.
Where are you. I haven't lost power. Watching Once Upon a Time.

Have a nice day.

Truther :-)
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The winds are giving me lots of extra work. Nothing like seeing the top of the tree, going through the green house. Now I have to saw up and remove all the limbs, and then repair the green house. Not to mention what's on top of the house, here's hoping that nothing broke through.

We aren't supposed to have a non pouring down rain day until Thursday, so expect some flooding when all the rain adds up. The hills are getting a lot more than the valleys. When the rain from the hills goes downhill, and hits the saturated soil in the valley, there will be flooding.

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