Tuesday, April 24
Monday, April 23
National Data Buoy Center
Washington, map, wind
Oregon, map, wind
Washington, severe weather
Oregon, severe weather
Westport, WA to Florence OR
Chinook, WA (speedsailing)
Lincoln City, OR
Newport, OR South Beach
Florence, OR South Jetty
Floras Lake, OR
Cape Blanco, OR
Cape Sebastian, OR
Pistol River, OR
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Hood River area
Rowena, OR and Doug's WA
The Wall, WA and Rufus, OR
Roosevelt, WA and Arlington, OR
Friday, April 20
Thursday, April 19
Wednesday, April 18
Tuesday, April 17
Monday, April 16
Sunday, April 15
Saturday, April 14
Friday, April 13
**Saturday morning updates posted
See forecasts at right.
Maybe sailable late Friday at the Hatch, temp near 60 F. Saturday wind starts at noon at The Hatch, but best later at The Wall where temps are 65 F.
Not much opportunity after Saturday.
W wind on Friday, S wind on Saturday.
Thursday, April 12
Wednesday, April 11
No wind Thursday. Friday forecast backs down.
Saturday now looks like the best possibility in the week ahead.
S and E strong wind on Thursday.
Tuesday, April 10
Monday, April 9
Light E wind today, shifting to light W wind tomorrow. Temp up to 72 F at the Wall today.
W wind makes brief showing on Thursday at Rosie; also, Saturday/Sunday showing some potential.
S wind, temps near 50 F, not much sailing potential Monday or Tuesday.
Sunday, April 8
Saturday, April 7
Friday, April 6
East wind at Stevenson and Rooster, probably mid-20s mph, temps mid-50s. Sunday, very light.
E wind continues to Monday. Temps approach 70 in East.
Light on Saturday, maybe surge late in the day. Sunday on South Coast looks sailable.
The Wall is only good chance of W wind late Friday. Saturday turns to E at Stevenson and Rooster with 55 F temps. Cloudy.
E wind holds through Monday, maybe Tuesday, but temps rise to 70 F by Wed out east: wind dies off.
Light Friday S to SE wind on Saturday from Bandon to Pistol.
Thursday, April 5
Thunderstorms still possible from Doug's east. Best wind at Doug's with Hatch and Wall showing potential. Temps near 50 F. Not much wind anywhere on Friday.
E wind returns on Saturday Through Tuesday. May be best at Loroc, but Rooster is often under forecasted on easterlies so it could be a lot better than now showing. Temps soar to 70 F by Tuesday.
Not much wind on the Coast for Thursday and Friday.
Wednesday, April 4
Afternoon thunderstorms and W wind. Best wind near Rosie but could show at Doug's and Maryhill. Temps near 44 F at Doug's and 56 F at Port Kelly. Possibly sailable at Doug's and Maryhill on Thursday.
Very little chance of wind after Thursday out to Monday, but temperatures rise to 60-68F over the weekend.
Thunderstorms make mild SW wind unsailable from Florence to Cape Blanco at height of afternoon. Temps nearing 50 F.
Tuesday, April 3
E wind at Rooster shifting to W wind from Maryhill to points east--Rosie is the sweet spot. High temps up to 60-65 the farther east you go. Chance of rain from Doug's east.
W wind Wednesday, Rosie still the best prospect, but may bleed west to the Hatch. High temps on Wed. down to 55 F. Light wind after through Sunday.
South coast remains windy early in the day, but drops off and light on Wednesday--Florence and Bandon possibly sailable on Wed.
NOTE that river discharge has surged to 334k CFS, up from 126k CFS in mid-February. The rise is a little later than a surge last year in March, but well above the median discharge of the past 133 years. River temps are slightly lower than the median five year temp. River depth is slightly above the 13 year median depth.
Monday, April 2
Sunday, April 1
W wind comes back on Tuesday from Doug's east.
Tuesday, maybe Wednesday are best days for wind.
Big wind on North Coast on Monday
**Monday morning updates published**