This Week's Oregon Coast Weather Changes to a Bit More Gray
Oregon coast weather will shift down suddenly from the previously-predicted lovely sun and fun for this week. Most of the week will have patchy fog and either cloudy to mostly cloudy.
However, this often means a lot of quick moving between squalls and sunny patches, which helps make April the Most Photogenic Time of the Year on the Oregon coast. You run a good chance of catching dramatic shots like the one above.
See the page below for more to do on the Oregon coast this week and in the coming weeks, including attractions, sights, events and things that make spring unique.
What's next for Oregon coast weather? See the full forecasts, currents condtions and constant weather alerts for Seaside Weather
Whale and Oregon Coast News
Presentation Shows Beauty and Beast of Oregon Coast Geology
OSU Geosciences Professor Bob Lillie will give a presentation on earthquakes and tsunamis of the Oregon coast on November 15 at the Cape Perpetua Visitors Center. Yachats events
Authors and Book Signings on N. Oregon Coast
Seaside's Beach Books has a couple of big nibbles for the book worm with two regional authors. Seaside events
Fab Lecture Series Begins on N. Oregon Coast
Yet another winter and spring of engaging science and recreation lecutures begins this coming month. Cannon Beach events
Oregon Coast Ocean Marine Reserves Have New Coalition
A new partnership focuses on sharing information, promoting science and cooperative research in Oregon coast's marine reserves and protected areas
Oregon Coast History Connection to World War 2 Spotlighted
A local son returns to the Oregon coast from the battlefields of World War 2 on November 8. Tillamook events, Manzanita events, Pacific City events
Peak Wind Gusts for Portland, Oregon; 90 mph on Coast
Most central and north Oregon coast towns saw peak gusts up around 60 mph, but a few got as high as in the 70's while two spots reached over 90 mph