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Clear and windy weather continues. Rain returns Sunday

Your forecast from the KGW weather team, updated several times daily. This includes the outlook around Oregon and in Southwest Washington.

PORTLAND, Oregon — East winds peaked with gusts of 89 mph at Crown Point in the Gorge Thursday afternoon, and its still gusting over 60 mph at this hour.

The east winds will still be with us today, but they will begin to weaken.

We get more sunshine Friday. Highs will be near 50-degrees.

Clouds begin to show up Saturday, but it still looks like a mostly sunny day.

Rain finally returns Sunday, but likely late in the day. Snow will fly in the Cascades Sunday night into Tuesday. There should be about a foot of new snow on Mt Hood by Tuesday. The snow level will drop to 1,000 to 1,500 feet, but valley snow is unlikely. Dry weather returns around the middle of next week.

Take good care of each other.

Matt Zaffino
KGW Chief Meteorologist

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