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camas - washington

Lacamas Upper Park Loop Photo
11th of December
High 410
Length 4.9
Ascent 778
Low 139
Descent -776
Weather 45° Areas Fog

Trail Difficulty: blue

A loop that stays on the top side of the lake with a good balance of climbing and descents.

Temperatures will reach 45° today, with Areas Fog. Weather conditions this week are expected to range between 45° with Areas Fog to 53° with Rain over the next 5 days. It doesn't look like there's any substantial snow forecasted this week with air temperatures ranging between 45° - 53° over the next 5 days.


Weather Forecast

465 FXUS66 KPQR 090430 AAA AFDPQR Area Forecast Discussion...Update National Weather Service Portland OR 829 PM PST Sun Dec 8 2019 .SYNOPSIS...This weeks weather resembles a dishwasher, with alternating wet and dry cycles. Dry on Mon, then a front brings precipitation across region on Tue. Brief break Tue night into Wed, then another front will bring more rain and mountains snow to the region later Wed and Thu. The unsettled weather continuing into next weekend. && .UPDATE...Drizzle has more or less tapered off across the forecast area, though one stubborn patch lingers along the I-5 corridor in Cowlitz County. As subsidence pushes drier air down from aloft, expect clouds to continue to thin with drizzle ending. As the cloud deck between 4000-6000 ft thins, expect a transition to valley fog over the coming hours...which may be locally dense through Monday morning. Weagle .SHORT TERM...Tonight through Wednesday....Water vapor satellite imagery this afternoon reveals a sharp and high amplitude shortwave ridge over the eastern Pacific that is currently shifting eastward towards the Pacific Northwest. This will result in a lowering subsidence inversion and result in the lower atmosphere stabilizing further. This will produce inversions for most valley locations that will struggle to break Monday and Tuesday. As a result, the current Air Stagnation Advisory looks on track for the next 48 hours. In the immediate short term, visible satellite imagery reveals a plethora of small scale features and terrain driven flow draped around the CWA. Pressure gradients continue to support some low level flow moving west to east across the Columbia River Gorge and Cascades this afternoon. However, models are in good agreement these pressure gradients will reverse overnight, albeit remain very weak. This will result in a slight easterly drift developing in the 850-925mb layer overnight over the Willamette Valley and ...

Area River Conditions

USGS Gauge Streamflow Gauge Height Elevation
Nate Creek Tributary Near Colton, Or
1 cfs 2 ft 962 ft
Molalla River Near Canby, Or
304 cfs 11 ft 109 ft
Clackamas River At Estacada, Or
2560 cfs 12 ft 305 ft
Clackamas River Near Oregon City, Or
2930 cfs 25 ft 25 ft
Sandy River Near Marmot, Or
915 cfs 691 ft 735 ft
Tualatin River At West Linn, Or
306 cfs 3 ft 110 ft

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Area Snowpack Conditions

Marion Forks
-3" snowpack, 64 miles away
Little Meadows
3" snowpack, 63 miles away
Peavine Ridge
0" snowpack, 35 miles away
Blazed Alder
4" snowpack, 11 miles away
South Fork Bull Run
-4" snowpack, 9 miles away
North Fork
1" snowpack, 3 miles away