Well, I figure it’s probably time to call it a winter for PDX snowfall. Since 1971, we’ve only had recorded snow at PDX once this late in the season. That was March 1989 in the first few days of the month. Considering there is no cold air in the 7-10 day maps…we’re done.
For those of you living above the city, there’s no reason you couldn’t still get an inch or two (or more). That could happen into late March with a cold northwesterly flow…showers behind a cold front. Remember March 2005?
Nice and mild again today, high of 55 at PDX was above average. Tomorrow looks real nice with light easterly flow, a frontal system well offshore, and warming atmosphere overhead. Should be another 60 degree (or at least near 60 degree) day.