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Central U.S. hit by storms; tornadoes strike Kansas and Iowa

April 16, 2024, 5:05pm Nation & World

Strong storms caused damage in parts of the middle U.S. Tuesday and spawned tornadoes in Kansas and Iowa, including one that left two people hurt. Read story

Storm creates icy roads throughout Clark Countyvideo icon

January 17, 2024, 6:48pm Clark County News

An ice storm that swept through Portland and Southwest Washington made for frozen roads Wednesday and added to the remnants of the weekend’s snow. Read story

C-Tran facility service worker Sterling Hinkle shovels snow away from a Vine bus stop on Mill Plain on Tuesday in Vancouver. As if snow and days of subfreezing temperatures weren't enough, the National Weather Service in Portland issued an ice storm warning through 4 a.m. Wednesday.

Winter storm takes toll in Clark County

C-Tran facility service worker Sterling Hinkle shovels snow away from a Vine bus stop on Mill Plain on Tuesday in Vancouver. As if snow and days of subfreezing temperatures weren't enough, the National Weather Service in Portland issued an ice storm warning through 4 a.m. Wednesday.

January 16, 2024, 6:32pm Clark County News

While almost 100,000 households were without power and four people died of apparent hypothermia in Portland during the weekend’s winter storm, the snowy blast didn’t hit Clark County quite as hard. Read story

Water from the Columbia River covers a portion of the Waterfront Renaissance Trail near the Columbia Shores Condominiums in Vancouver late Sunday morning. As of noon Sunday, the Columbia was at 15.56 feet, and forecasters predict the river will approach 16 feet until late Wednesday morning. Minor flooding of islands and low-lying areas is expected, as well as flooding of some riverside paths.

Flood watch issued for Columbia River from Vancouver to Longview

Water from the Columbia River covers a portion of the Waterfront Renaissance Trail near the Columbia Shores Condominiums in Vancouver late Sunday morning. As of noon Sunday, the Columbia was at 15.56 feet, and forecasters predict the river will approach 16 feet until late Wednesday morning. Minor flooding of islands and low-lying areas is expected, as well as flooding of some riverside paths.

June 12, 2022, 1:14pm Clark County News

Unusually heavy rain this week and a melting snowpack have pushed the Columbia River to near flood stage from Vancouver to Longview, according to the National Weather Service. Read story

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Chances of tornado remote; thunderstorms forecast for Clark County

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April 20, 2022, 8:38am Clark County News

Clark County residents can expect Wednesday's weather to continue the area's unsettled streak. Read story

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Thunderstorms, small chance of weak tornado in forecast for Clark County

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April 19, 2022, 1:11pm Clark County News

April's unsettled weather could bring potentially severe thunderstorms to Southwest Washington on Wednesday, with a risk of damaging wind gusts and large hail -- and maybe even a brief weak tornado, according to the National Weather Service in Portland. Read story

Raindrops and fall leaves collect in a puddle in the soaked streets of the Fisher's Landing Transit Center on Monday morning. The National Weather Service expects temperatures to remain mild throughout the week.

Weather Service issues flood advisory for Clark County as rain douses region

Raindrops and fall leaves collect in a puddle in the soaked streets of the Fisher's Landing Transit Center on Monday morning. The National Weather Service expects temperatures to remain mild throughout the week.

February 28, 2022, 10:49am Clark County News

The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for urban and small stream flooding in Clark County as rain from an atmospheric river event continues to douse the Pacific Northwest. Read story

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Light snow prompts closures at most Clark County schools

Illustration by Jennifer Pritchard (MCT)

February 24, 2022, 6:34am Clark County News

Light snow that moved into the area early Thursday morning prompted nearly all Clark County school districts to close for the day. Read story

A cyclist takes in a foggy view Monday morning as winter air persists along the Columbia River at the Vancouver waterfront on Monday morning. The foggy mornings followed by sunny afternoons should remain through the week, before the rain returns next week, according to forecasters.

Fog, haze vex Clark County residents, affect air quality

A cyclist takes in a foggy view Monday morning as winter air persists along the Columbia River at the Vancouver waterfront on Monday morning. The foggy mornings followed by sunny afternoons should remain through the week, before the rain returns next week, according to forecasters.

January 24, 2022, 5:17pm Clark County News

Clark County residents should enjoy the afternoon sun after it burns off this week’s morning fog, forecasters with the National Weather Service say, because the clouds and rain are expected to return by next week. Read story

Clark County and southwest Washington could see snow starting Christmas day, according to the National Weather Service in Portland.

Clark County may see a white Christmas

Clark County and southwest Washington could see snow starting Christmas day, according to the National Weather Service in Portland.

December 22, 2021, 3:43pm Clark County News

Anyone planning to spend the holiday weekend in the Vancouver area should prepare for snow that could begin Saturday. Read story