I just got back from shopping at a very large boxy store (TONS of diaper wipes and toilet paper now) and all they were talking about was the changeable weather today. As the one worker said…shorts one minute to umbrella and jacket the next.
The most intense storm of the day, at least according to the radar, belongs to a strong cell that moved southeast through Clark County.
Take a look at the radar image showing 66 dbZ echoes right over SR 503 in the Brush Prairie area…did it rain hard there??? I think so.
You can see how the heaviest rain avoided most of the official airport locations…Only Troutdale got close to 1/2″, although more is on the way there in the next 1/2 hour.
Chief Meteorologist Mark Nelsen