PORTLAND -- The tail end of a storm that brought heavy wind and rain throughout northwest Oregon and southwest Washington Monday night will mean tapering winds Tuesday morning an end to rain by noon.
Expect the high to reach about 51 degrees Tuesday, said KGW meteorologist Nick Allard. Rain should be gone in Portland by about noon and 5 p.m. in the lower Willamette Valley.
Later in the week, skies will clear with lows near freezing and highs about 50, he said. The weekend looks clear.
The storm brought strong wind gusts to the beaches and coastal communities, according to the National Weather Service.
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