Peak Gusts So Far…

Portland Airport recorded a southwest gust to 45 mph at 3:19pm. That’s the strongest wind gust since mid March, and matches the 45 mph gust two years ago in May.

By the way, the strongest May gust ever at PDX is only 48 mph.

Chief Meteorologist Mark Nelsen

8 Responses to Peak Gusts So Far…

  1. bgb41 says:

    5/4/2012 Oregon (All) Temperature Summary

    High:67 at CW4650 Pendleton(1152 ft) & CW5984 Pilot Roc(1749 ft) & EAST BIRCH CREEK(1617 ft) & CW8140 Spray(1772 ft) & DW9559 Rogue Riv(1112 ft)
    Low: 49 at LAKE OWHEE AND O(2400 ft)

    High:33 at Timberline Lodge(7001 ft)
    Low: 24 at Timberline Lodge (7001 ft )

    Largest Diurnal Change: 31 degrees
    CW5984 Pilot Roc (67/36 ) (1749 ft )

    Heaviest Rainfall:
    2.61″ at HEBOWX Mt. Hebo(3160ft)
    2.27″ at CEDAR(2220ft)

  2. weathercrazy82 says:

    SSW 30 MPH at my BG station at 3:35 PM.

  3. Dave in SW PDX (235') says:

    Quite an active day for May 3rd! .67″ of rain since midnight at my house, with a peak gust of SW29. Got home from work to find lots of small fir limbs scattered around my yard. A bit unexpected, but then again I wasn’t paying close attention to this particular storm system, I was looking further ahead to next week’s warmth & sunshine.

  4. W7ENK says:

    Only 13.6 mph here at home… 😦

  5. bgb41 says:

    The 18z GFS is fantastic.. I hope it is correct. Best run of May weather since 2009.

    • Garron near Washington Square says:

      I’m kinda hopin that the entire rest of spring through fall is a 2009 redux. Looks good so far, and even a few warmer April days than 2009.

    • W7ENK says:

      That would be fine by, just so long as I’m down at the coast again when the 106 degree weather hits… that was AWESOME! 🙂

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