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Major Oregon storm will hit today. Here’s where to expect 70 MPH winds and flooding

Zach Urness  Salem Statesman Journal Published 2:58 PM EST Dec 17, 2018 A major storm is heading to Oregon today into Wednesday. National Weather Service, Portland The biggest storm of the season will slam northwest Oregon Monday night and Tuesday, bringing potential flooding and winds up to 70 MPH. The storm will slam the Oregon Coast […]

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Oregon coast braces for winter storm, warnings issued

Weather Watches Warnings Advisories for Seaside, OR USA   Current Watches, Warnings and Advisories for North Oregon Coast (ORZ001) Oregon Issued by the National Weather Service  Hydrologic Outlook – North Oregon Coast (Oregon) Updated: Sat 15-Dec-18 03:02pm PST Effective: Mon 17-Dec-18 12:00pm PST Expires: Sun 16-Dec-18 04:30pm PST Severity: Unknown Urgency: Future Certainty: Possible Status: […]

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The Historic U.S. Coast Guard Boathouse | Garibaldi, Oregon

The Historic U.S. Coast Guard Boathouse | Garibaldi, Oregon We’ve renamed our Facebook Group to bring greater attention to the preservation and restoration work being done at the Historic U.S. Coast Guard Boathouse in Garibaldi. We re-opened this iconic building this summer but there is still a lot of work to do and we need […]

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Rip Currents Killed Eight People in August’s First Week, Adding to the Dozens That Have Lost Their Lives in 2018

By Chris Dolce weather.com Rip currents claimed the lives of eight people in August’s first week, pushing this year’s number of swimmers killed by this underrated danger to at least 45 in U.S. waters. The deaths in the first seven days of August were spread out from Lake Michigan to the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of […]

Giant Squid washes ashore by Cannon Beach

Cannon Beach Oregon – Yesterday the Seaside Aquarium was given a unique opportunity to examine and dissect a 10 foot robust clubhook squid (Onykia robusta). The 10 foot 90 pound squid washed ashore near Silver Point, just south of Cannon Beach. It had been dead for a little while and some scavenging had occurred but all in […]

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Tropical Pink ‘Sea Pickles’ Are Invading the Waters of the Pacific Northwest

By Kimberly Hickok, Staff Writer | July 20, 2018 04:01pm ET A surprising newcomer is taking over the waters that lie off the Pacific Northwest coast. Gelatinous pink sea pickles first invaded the area in 2014, and now researchers report that these tubular tunicates appear to have fully colonized their new habitat and show no signs of leaving. […]