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Looks like a fun day to be out & about!
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Great set. Thanks for bring them to us.
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Very picturesque winter scenes. Thank you!
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Fine thread, the local snow looks great! I'm not scared of freezing at all, even frustrated when winter's not cold enough in my place....
That's a deserving place, you can sense.
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Nice thread! How often does it snow in Portland? Every year?
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Looks like a fun day to be out & about!

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Very picturesque winter scenes. Thank you!
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Fine thread, the local snow looks great! I'm not scared of freezing at all, even frustrated when winter's not cold enough in my place....
That's a deserving place, you can sense.
This winter has been abnormally warm and dry up here in the PNW for the most part so this was a welcome relief (at least in my eyes). I absolutely love the snow and cold weather.


Unfortunately, a warm front with tons of rain is moving in behind this cold front so the snow will probably be gone by Tuesday.


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Nice thread! How often does it snow in Portland? Every year?
This is my 3rd winter up here, and this is the first time there has this much snow for a prolonged period of time (4 days now).

Our "average" is about 6" per year, but it usually melts within a few hours. It snowed twice in winter 2011-2012, got probably an inch or two a couple different times and it was gone by the afternoon, washed away by rain. In winter 2012-2013, we had a few days with flurries but nothing measurable.

For the 2013-2014 season, we got about an inch of snow in early December that stuck around for a couple days thanks to temperatures in the 20s, and then this storm dropped about 7"+1.5" of ice and counting.
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Basically every block is cool and worthwhile in central Portland. It's pretty remarkable really. The narrow streets and small blocks are part of it.

As for the snow, that's impressive. Guessing most things were closed?

Up north we had bit last night as well. A lot of patches even stuck all day. But nothing like that.
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Picture postcard beautiful. I didn't realize this snow event was so heavy.
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That's a helluva lot of snow for Portland. Didn't realize you guys had got so much of it. It's a nice change of scenery for the city; it certainly has that "wonderland" vibe to it. Also very nice to see the locals embracing the weather instead of hiding from it, even if it isn't something they're used to.
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Looks like Portland handled that better then Atlanta.
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Shit, you're a lot braver than I was. I didn't dare take my camera out in this mess for fear of slipping and breaking something. You did, however, walk all the same places I did. Amazing we didn't run into each other, especially since it looks like you circled my apartment twice.
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Beautiful! Thanks for sharing all these very nice pictures of Portland, Derek!

Snow makes Portland pretty. I´ve liked a lot all the urban scenes you´ve captured in your tour along the city. Very good job! I like to see the streets covered by snow in a large city like Portland. A very good moment to take pictures in the city, like you did.

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Since my Mom moved out there seven years ago or so, this is maybe the third big snow they've had. She claims the city has rules AGAINST the use of salt on the streets. Looking at these pictures, that certainly seems true.

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Basically every block is cool and worthwhile in central Portland. It's pretty remarkable really. The narrow streets and small blocks are part of it.

As for the snow, that's impressive. Guessing most things were closed?

Up north we had bit last night as well. A lot of patches even stuck all day. But nothing like that.
MOST things were closed, and most people were smart enough to not be on the roads. Many restaurants and bars stayed open in the downtown area, but most of the people that work there are able to walk or take public transit in.

Though, when the ice storm hit the MAX and streetcar service was suspended due to ice on the tracks and power lines. My girlfriend and I were stranded downtown and walked two miles in the ice/snow back to our apartment.

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Picture postcard beautiful. I didn't realize this snow event was so heavy.
I think this was the most February snow for Portland since 1989. I can't wait for the next one.


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That's a helluva lot of snow for Portland. Didn't realize you guys had got so much of it. It's a nice change of scenery for the city; it certainly has that "wonderland" vibe to it. Also very nice to see the locals embracing the weather instead of hiding from it, even if it isn't something they're used to.

Yes! It was awesome seeing people ski around the city.


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Looks like Portland handled that better then Atlanta.

Thursday's evening commute (the storm hit at about 2PM) was pretty brutal, but we didn't have people stranded on the freeways and abandoning their cars either. I think Atlanta might've had more ice. We didn't get any ice until Saturday/Sunday and by then, everybody was just staying home.


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Shit, you're a lot braver than I was. I didn't dare take my camera out in this mess for fear of slipping and breaking something. You did, however, walk all the same places I did. Amazing we didn't run into each other, especially since it looks like you circled my apartment twice.
I met a coworker of mine at Eastside Deli on Thursday afternoon before it really started coming down, so I had to come back and see the South Park Blocks again once it was blanketed. The blocks look absolutely stunning in the snow!


I had my giant snow boots on. I only slipped on the ice on Saturday night twice, but I didn't fall. I had my camera in my bag by then though.


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Beautiful! Thanks for sharing all these very nice pictures of Portland, Derek!

Snow makes Portland pretty. I´ve liked a lot all the urban scenes you´ve captured in your tour along the city. Very good job! I like to see the streets covered by snow in a large city like Portland. A very good moment to take pictures in the city, like you did.

Congrats and greetings from Madrid, Spain.
Thank you! Hopefully we won't have to wait too long before the next one.


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Since my Mom moved out there seven years ago or so, this is maybe the third big snow they've had. She claims the city has rules AGAINST the use of salt on the streets. Looking at these pictures, that certainly seems true.
Portland doesn't use the traditional, corrosive salt seen in the Midwest and Northeast. They use calcium magnesium acetate.

From the City of Portland's website:
https://www.portlandoregon.gov/trans...article/319863
Road treatments
Winter road conditions are affected by a number of weather factors. Crews monitor temperatures of the air, road surfaces, and the ground, wind data, relative humidity, dew point, visibility, and precipitation. Crews also monitor specific roadway conditions all around the city.

Road treatments include application of anti-icing and de-icing chemical, sanding, plowing, limited snow removal, and street closures. Rock salt is not used because of environmental concerns. It is corrosive to our bridges and harmful to fish and wildlife in our rivers and streams.

The City owns five trucks for anti-icing and de-icing streets, bridges, and overpasses. The chemical used is calcium magnesium acetate (CMA), the most environmentally-friendly effective treatment there is. Magnesium chloride is used in temperatures below 17 degrees to increase the effectiveness of the de-icing chemical and to prevent sand from freezing in trucks.

Anti-icing is normally carried out after the evening peak traffic period or before the morning rush because frost does not usually affect the road surface until late evenings or early mornings.


Arterial streets are plowed first during a storm. Those are the major streets leading toward downtown Portland in the early morning and away from downtown in the afternoon. Non-arterial streets are plowed only when the arterial streets are cleared. Plan your route accordingly.

A sanding truck with a plow is typically allocated to the West Hills and another to the East side, to be used as necessary.

Crews use snowplows when snow begins to accumulate at a depth of one inch or more on the street surface.

Streets of grades over 14% are not able to be treated because such an operation would endanger crews and equipment.

You can read more about here if you'd like:
https://www.portlandoregon.gov/trans...article/376538


Also, keep in mind that we only have 5 deicing trucks and 10 plows for the entire city, I'm sure ODOT probably brought some in as well, but they also had plenty of other areas to deal with. They concentrate on the freeways and major arterial roads first, but with how fast the snow was falling and how cold it was, it was kind of a futile effort.


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Wow, the idea that's a few hours north of SF is mind-boggling.

Well, if you consider a 10 hour drive a few hours......


My dad lives in the Bay Area, it sounds like you guys are finally getting some much needed rain!
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That's the town Portland, OR was named for. I refer of course to my little city which, like Portland, has that crunchy, outdoorsy, hippie vibe. In spades. One of our nicknames here is "Portland of the South" or "Portland of the East."
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