Flooding Rain Westside


Take a look at the rain totals from the heavy showers along the West Hills.  The map is from WeatherUnderground


From 5-7pm some areas received 1-2″ of rain!   KPTV is located on Highway 26 just east of the Cornell exit…we received .38″, but you can see 5 times that fell just a couple miles to the east.  We were watching two flooded underpasses at the 26/217 interchange through the 6pm show.

Expect more showers this evening, and once it rains in your neighborhood it’ll suddenly turn very humid!

Chief Meteorologist Mark Nelsen

15 Responses to Flooding Rain Westside

  1. Martin says:

    Getting warmer – soon

  2. Muxpux (Castle Rock 175') says:

    Annnnd deformation band setting up here?

  3. paulbeugene says:

    Getting heavy rain down here in Eugene as well, .44 inches since this morning, most of it since 5pm. Looking at the HRRR model loop, looks like rain through about 2-3am here in Eugene, with precipitation band pivoting N through Willamette Valley through the night.
    Nice to see the region get a nice soaking to keep fire danger down.

  4. 0.64″ here and still raining. However, areas just to my SE had 1″ plus.

  5. Steve Carpenter says:

    0.79 inch between 5:00 and 7:00 PM in Beaverton near Cedar Hills Blvd and Walker Rd. (Measured in a CoCoRahs rain gauge.)

  6. 0.17″ of rain so far here with a rainfall rate of 2″ hour. Nothing like they saw in SW Portland.

    0.18″ now. Couple claps of thunder, but nothing huge.

    0.19″ now.

  7. Kathleen says:

    East of Amity 7 miles, we got a few sprinkles for 5 min. Temp. is now 67′ and the humidity is 74%, up from 52%.

  8. Paul D says:

    I’m near the Hillsboro Airport and we’re getting almost nothing.

  9. pappoose in scappoose says:

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

    At least I won’t have to water the yard for a while!

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