— You can get the best of both worlds with Portland’s latest weather forecast.
It’s one of the best places to watch for storms and tornadoes.
Here are 10 things to know:1.
The Portland Weather Map is live!
The latest forecast from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will be available on the web this weekend.
It will be updated every 15 minutes, and will be refreshed every hour.2.
The forecast will be on a 24-hour basis, and can be viewed at any time through the city’s interactive weather app, XFinity.3.
The storm warning for the Portland area is issued every hour until 10:30 p.m.
The weather map will be posted every five minutes, with an hourly forecast starting at 10:20 p..m., then every 30 minutes.5.
The Oregon Department of Transportation has updated its Storm Surge Warning to “moderate” on its map.
The highest number of storms will be possible during the next few days.6.
The first tornado warning has been issued for the city of Salem.
This is a low-level storm, which means there are few tornadoes expected.7.
The next highest tornado risk is from the city and county of Eugene.
If you live or work in Eugene, you may want to leave your house to avoid damaging winds.8.
The second highest tornado threat is from north of Portland.
It is possible to see some tornadoes and severe weather in the area, but conditions are expected to improve later in the week.9.
The third highest tornado danger is from south of Portland, including the city, county, and state of Washington.
It could be the worst tornado season in Oregon history.10.
The tornado watch for the Pacific Northwest region is issued on Sunday, March 4, through Monday, March 5, with the highest risk of tornadoes during the weekend.