Northern Oregon Cascades

 Record Report  Statement as of 4:55 am PDT on July 24, 2014


... Record daily maximum rainfalls set across parts of southwest
Washington and northwest Oregon...

Location 23 Jul rainfall previous 23 Jul record
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Astoria 0.82 inch 0.42 / 1952
Portland (airport) 0.62 inch 0.06 / 1959
Vancouver 0.52 inch 0.47 / 1918
Hillsboro 0.36 inch 0.02 / 1992
McMinnville 0.30 inch 0.06 / 1919
Eugene 0.21 inch 0.17 / 1918
Hood River 0.42 inch 0.15 / 1935


In addition... cool weather set new cool highs for July 23.

Location 23 Jul high status previous 23 Jul record
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Portland (airport) 68 deg ** tied 68 in 2008
Hillsboro 69 deg ** tied 68 in 2008
McMinnville 69 deg ** new rcd 70 in 1992
Salem 68 deg ** new rcd 70 in 1949
Hood River 63 deg ** new rcd 66 in 1918




 Local Storm Report 



07/22/2014 0900 PM

17 miles WSW of CITY OF THETY OF THETY OF THETY , Hood River County.

HAIL E1.00 INCH, reported by PUBLIC.


            HAIL OF 1/2 INCH TO 1 INCH BEGAN AT 900 PM AND ENDED AT
            906 PM. THE LARGEST HAIL STONES WERE SLIGHTLY LARGER THAN
            THE SIZE OF A QUARTER COIN. ELEVATION 3000 FEET



07/22/2014 0900 PM

18 miles WSW of city of theof the darm springrs, Hood River County.

Hail e1.00 inch, reported by public.


            Hail from 1/2 inch to 1 inch beginning at 900 PM and
            ending at 906 PM PDT. The largest hail stones were
            slightly larger than the size of a quarter. Elevation
            3000 feet.




07/22/2014 0900 PM

18 miles WSW of city of the, Hood River County.

Hail e1.00 inch, reported by public.


            Hail from 1/2 inch to 1 inch beginning at 900 PM and
            ending at 906 PM PDT. The largest hail stones were
            slightly larger than the size of a quarter. Elevation
            3000 feet.




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