If You’re Under 37 Years Old This Is the Snowiest Portland Day You’ve Ever Seen

“Chains now required on all vehicles in the Portland area.” – Oregon Dept of Transportation.

As of 10 am, Portland had 7.9 inches of snowfall in Parkrose since 5:30 pm yesterday, according to the National Weather Service.  Downtown Portland had 11.8 inches of snow

Over a foot of snow in the west hills. 14.5″ (36.8 cm) storm total.

See lots of photos:
http://www.wweek.com/news/2017/01/11/are-you-under-37-years-old-this-is-the-snowiest-portland-day-in-your-lifetime/

https://twitter.com/NWSPortland

Thanks to Eve Welcome for these links


6 thoughts on “If You’re Under 37 Years Old This Is the Snowiest Portland Day You’ve Ever Seen”

  1. I lived in the PacNW for 6 yrs. (Richland WA) and a year in the Tacoma metro. Because of their enormous rains & year-round moisture, if we have a little ice age that lasts any serious length of time; it’s going to be a disaster. Those economies will collapse.

  2. I find this very interesting however to convince anyone including myself where are the papers published about these studies wiki quotes and blog sites are not compelling evidence
    I know there are many problems with many areas
    Do you have any links to any peer reviewed papers published in reputable science journals

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