Portland, Ore. – Let it snow? More like, where’d it go? Where’d it go? Where’d it go? Portland was too warm for snow again overnight Monday into Tuesday morning. The latest forecasts for the metro area are no longer calling for snow accumulations on the valley floor. There’s still a chance we see a light dusting in higher elevations above 500 feet, Wednesday night into Thursday. We’ll continue to bring you the latest forecasts and any weather advisories for our area.
Outside the Portland metro area there are a handful of school delays and closures for area like the Gorge.
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Even though there’s no snow in Portland, it’s still freezing cold. With the cold and wet conditions, Multnomah County has opened severe weather shelters to help get people off the streets.
The shelters offer 350 more beds. 2,000 beds were offered to people last night across three shelters. If you’d like to help, you can donate winter gear like hats, blankets, coats, and sleeping bags. If you see someone who needs to get out of the cold call 2-1-1, or go to 211info.org for help.