Oswego Lake in a lowered phase, November 15, 2017 (KOIN) LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. (KOIN) — In the middle of Lake Oswego is Oswego Lake, a 415-acre body of water that provides recreaton, stellar views — and sometimes maintenance. Over the years, the city has been trying to find the best schedule to lower the lake, said Jeff Ward with the Lake Oswego Corporation. “We usually keep it to about 98.6 to 98.8 feet above sea level for standard operating level.
New closure signs installed in Gorge burn area 40-50 new signs will replace temporary ones blocking trails Joseph Dames and KOIN 6 News Staff Published: November 14, 2017, 4:23 pm Damage from the Eagle Creek Fire means some trails in the Gorge may not open September 2018.
Portland, Ore. (KOIN) – Just in time to start the new work week, the KOIN 6 Weather team is tracking a deepening area of low pressure off in the Pacific ocean that will help generate strong wind Monday. In addition to potential damaging wind, a threat for severe thunderstorms is possible to develop on the back edge of this system. Where: Up and down the Oregon/Washington coast and the Willamette Valley.
In addition to the strong wind from the incoming low pressure, the potential for a few thunderstorms to develop is also possible. Strong wind aloft and some energy could produce some cells with rotation. Updates at @KOINNewshttps://t.co/WySD6BCZqx
Area of low pressure is going to be tracking NE tonight. Increasing #wind and potential #storms developing. Wind gusts coming out of the buoy west of Newport has registered wind gusts to 50 mph. @KOINNewshttps://t.co/6eoBT7GwqA
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Selecting a term
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