A strong storm system heading toward the Pacific Northwest will bring severe thunderstorms to the region on Sunday.
Severe storm potential is developing across the region of the Northern half of Oregon and all of Washington State as a negative tilted trough aims the region. This trough is expected on Sunday, and will likely bring the potential of damaging winds and even hail to some parts. At TheWeatherSpace.com Facebook a number of people posted images that looked like something out of the Midwest with the last storm system. Get those cameras out again because this one looks just as good.
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There are differences from the last one to this next one. This one has a solid trough-axis which will be elongated from west to east, meaning the severe weather will not last as long as the last one, but it should cover a larger area as it swings through. This elongated trough-axis is known as a negative-tilted trough, which brings strong upper divergence across areas Portland/Eugene … east to Northeast Oregon and north through the entire state of Washington. The cutoff point for severe storms would probably be just south of Portland, probably between Salem and Eugene.
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