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Current Snow Depth. Imagery with Labels NWS/NOHRSC | Sources: Esri, USGS, NOAA | Sources: Esri, Garmin, USGS, NPS | The USDA Forest Service makes no warranty, expressed or implied, including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, nor assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, reliability, completeness or utility of these geospatial data, or for the improper or incorrect use of these geospatial data.

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These geospatial data and related maps or graphics are not legal documents and are not intended to be used as such. AIRNow - Portland, OR Air Quality. Lents Air Quality Index (AQI) and Oregon Air Pollution. Mount Hood Sunrise / Sunset Times, OR 97080 - WillyWeather. Weather Map and Snow Conditions for Northwest USA. Interactive Northwest USA snow map for skiers and snowboarders showing snow forecast, past and forecast snow accumulations, live weather and reported snow conditions.

Weather Map and Snow Conditions for Northwest USA

List of all animated snow maps | Alternative static snow & weather maps. Climate Variability: Pacific - North American Teleconnection Pattern. A pattern of anomalous air pressure at four locations over the Pacific Ocean and North America correlate with regional temperature and precipitation anomalies across North America.

Climate Variability: Pacific - North American Teleconnection Pattern

This pattern, known as the Pacific-North American teleconnection pattern or PNA, influences regional weather by affecting the strength and location of the East Asian jet stream, and subsequently, the weather it delivers to North America. A pattern of higher-than-average pressure in the vicinity of Hawai'i and over the mountainous region of western North America, and lower-than-average pressure south of Alaska and over the southeastern United States defines the positive phase of PNA.

This pressure pattern enhances the strength of the mid-latitude jet stream as it moves over the Pacific Ocean from eastern Asia. Climate Oregon - temperature, rainfall and average. Climate Government Camp - Oregon and Weather averages Government Camp. Country Historical Climate - United States. NOAA - National Weather Service - Water. Hurricanes 101.

NOAA View Global Data Explorer. A global map of wind, weather, and ocean conditions. Oregon Smoke Information. Weather forecast for United States – Yr. Portland Police Bureau. Alarm A burglary alarm which was responded to by law enforcement.

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Portland-Vancouver Metro Area Live Audio Feeds. Portland Fire Bureau: Incidents. This map contains up to 100 of the most recent, closed, non-confidential, 911 calls for service received by Portland Oregon's 911 system in the past 24 hours. 100 incidents on this map.

Portland Fire Bureau: Incidents

^click markers on the map for details^KEY: »Last Hour »Last 3 Hours »Older than 3 Hours. NOAA Graphical Forecast for Pacific Northwest. Weather History for Portland, OR [Oregon] for January. Historical Weather For 2013 in Portland, Oregon, USA - WeatherSpark. Location This report describes the historical weather record at the Portland International Airport (Portland, Oregon, United States) during 2013.

Historical Weather For 2013 in Portland, Oregon, USA - WeatherSpark

This station has records back to December 1947. Portland, Oregon has a mediterranean climate with dry warm summers and mild winters. The area within 40 km of this station is covered by forests (69%), croplands (15%), built-up areas (11%), and lakes and rivers (4%) Calendar. Intellicast. Forcastweathergov. Accuweather. Google Earth Resources for Physical Geography. THE WESTERNER. The Aurora Borealis (The Northern Lights) – Everything you need to know. Hey fellow Aurora fans!

The Aurora Borealis (The Northern Lights) – Everything you need to know

After several years of research, kilometers travelled, multiple destinations visited, dark drives down foreign icy roads, snow storms, disappointment, exhilaration, several failures but more successes, here is my two cents on everything Aurora Borealis First off, before I start I wanted to elaborate a little on the above.

I’ve always held a certain fascination for the Northern Lights. My earliest memory was a documentary on the Discovery channel on Antartica when I was around 12 years old. I found them ethereal and magical and straight away wanted to know more about them and see them. Being a 12 year old though has it’s drawbacks =) Being completely at the mercy of my parents destination wishlist meant that I wouldn’t really get to chase this dream until a little later on. SWPC Tips on Viewing the Aurora. NOAA / Space Weather Prediction Center Being able to see the Aurora depends mainly on two factors, geomagnetic activity (the degree of disturbance of the earth's magnetic field at the time) and your geographic location.

SWPC Tips on Viewing the Aurora

Spectacular Auroras Could Be Visible In Parts Of The US This Weekend. NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory Three-wavelength composite image depicting the eruption of the X1.6 class solar flare at 1:46 EDT, September 10.

Spectacular Auroras Could Be Visible In Parts Of The US This Weekend

Aurora borealis, produced by coronal mass ejections, will be visible throughout the northern U.S. Friday and Saturday night. The solar flare that erupted on Wednesday will be putting on a spectacular show this weekend, when the second of two coronal mass ejections - charged gases shooting out from the sun - is projected to arrive. These powerful solar storms will produce auroras that will potentially be visible in the central and northeastern U.S. during the late hours on Friday and Saturday, according to Tony Phillips at spaceweather.com. Here's a helpful AccuWeather map of where the aurora will appear: AccuWeather Predicted aurora visibility for the night of Friday, September 12. It's a coin toss, but one that could result in unforgettable beauty.

Northern Lights May Ignite in Northeast, Central US Skies: Where to See Rare Show. Northern Lights May Ignite in Northeast, Central US Skies: Where to See Rare Show By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer September 12, 2014; 10:17 AM ET Stargazers could be in for a rare display Friday night as an Earth-directed solar flare ignites the northern lights, also known as the aurora borealis, in the United States.

Northern Lights May Ignite in Northeast, Central US Skies: Where to See Rare Show

Back-to-Back Sun Storms May Supercharge Earth's Northern Lights. Powerful solar flares from the sun this week may amplify the northern lights displays over parts of the northern United States through the weekend, space weather scientists say. The forecast for potentially supercharged auroras comes after powerful solar storms fired off eruptions of solar material, first on Monday (Sept. 8), then again on Wednesday (Sept. 10). During Wednesday's solar flare, the sun unleashed a major X1.6-class flare directly at Earth. While aurora activity could spike overnight tonight (Sept. 11), the best chance of strong northern lights displays along the northern U.S. states will be Friday night.

Geostationary Satellite Images. Aurora Borealis Forecast. Everything You Need to know. By JIM THOMAS -- Soft Serve News Auroras are difficult to predict with precision. Portland Oregon and Northwest Weather for Astronomical Observing. NWS Portland. Weather Map and Snow Conditions for Northwest USA. National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) National Centers for Environmental Information. The Storm Events Database contains the records used to create the official NOAA Storm Data publication, documenting: The occurrence of storms and other significant weather phenomena having sufficient intensity to cause loss of life, injuries, significant property damage, and/or disruption to commerce; Rare, unusual, weather phenomena that generate media attention, such as snow flurries in South Florida or the San Diego coastal area; and Other significant meteorological events, such as record maximum or minimum temperatures or precipitation that occur in connection with another event.

The database currently contains data from January 1950 to November 2018, as entered by NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS). Due to changes in the data collection and processing procedures over time, there are unique periods of record available depending on the event type. Maps & Data. NRCS National Water and Climate Center. Climate at a Glance. NWCC Report Generator. How to select a station? The input field for selecting a station is an auto-suggest input field. You can select stations by first selecting a network in the "Select network" pull-down and then typing some or all of a station id or station name in the "Enter station(s)" box. Once a search string is entered, a list of the first 10 matches will be provided.