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  • Portland Metro Tuesday Weather: Morning clouds burn off for sun and mid 80s

    The strong summer sun will make quick work of the clouds and burn them off by late morning. Expect high temperatures to reach 84 today.

    Low clouds and breezy conditions start the day Tuesday. A weak marine layer has moved into the metro area and spread some wispy clouds around this morning as far south as Salem. The central Willamette Valley may not see any clouds at all.

    The strong summer sun will make quick work of the clouds and burn them off by late morning. Expect high temperatures to reach 84 today.

    Wednesday and Thursday weather patterns mimic today with low clouds in the morning, burning off later for highs in the mid 80s.

    A slight change is expected by Friday as forecasters for the National Weather Service believe the onshore flow will increase later this week and into the weekend and bring more clouds to our area. This should bring the temperatures down a bit for highs in the mid-to-upper 70s.

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  • Portland Metro Monday Traffic: Night work on Interstate Bridge continues through midweek

    Night time sign replacement work will close lanes in both direction on I-205 in Clackamas. Expect up to two lanes to be closed at any time 8 p.m.-5 a.m. through Friday morning, July 1.


    Maintenance work continues on the Interstate Bridge (I-5 Portland to Vancouver) 10 p.m.-6 a.m. in both directions. Crews will continue to test electrical systems and both bridge lifts and traffic stops are expected through Wednesday morning, June 29. More work is scheduled for July.

    HILLSBORO 8:26 a.m.; Emergency crews are heading to a truck vs bicycle crash in on Northwest 229th Avenue, north of Evergreen Parkway, in front of Hondo Dog Park.

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    BEAVERTON 8 a.m.; Crash reported on Southwest Scholls Ferry Road and Conestoga Avenue.

    Update 8:12 a.m.; Cleared.

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    GORGE 7:51 a.m.; Crews checking on a reported rock slide on the Historic Columbia River Highway between Larch Mt Road and Vista House. Eastbound lane blocked.

    Update 8:16 a.m.; Bolders found in the eastbound lanes of the Columbia River Highway a half-mile west of Vista House. ODOT called to the scene.

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    VANCOUVER I-5 6:34 a.m.; Fender bender at the bridge causing slowing I-5 southbound. Right shoulder blocked.

    Update 6:50 a.m.; Cleared.

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    VANCOUVER 6:15 a.m.; Police are with the crash on Northeast 82nd Avenue at 272nd Street. A pole and power lines are down as well. 82nd is blocked at that intersection.

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    Night time sign replacement work will close lanes in both direction on I-205 in Clackamas. Expect up to two lanes to be closed at any time 8 p.m.-5 a.m. through Friday morning, July 1. Crews will replace signs between the Sunnybrook Road and Strawberry Lane overpasses.

    Night paving work starts next week on OR 219 in Hillsboro at Southeast Walnut. Expect 20 minute delays 8 p.m.-5:30 a.m. Monday-Friday, June 27 to July 1.

    Check back throughout the morning for the latest commuting updates and follow us on Twitter: @trafficportland

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  • Portland Metro Monday Weather: Big, bright and sunny - summer arrives

    Expect a high temperature of 88 degrees today under totally clear skies. It will likely be the warmest day of the week as an unorganized and weak upper level disturbance moves in from the west later today.

    Another toasty day today heading into the week and heading into what looks to be a big long stretch of mostly sunny days and temperatures in the 80s. Is this what they call summer?

    Expect a high temperature of 88 degrees Monday under clear skies. It will likely be the warmest day of the week as an unorganized and weak upper level disturbance moves in from the west later today.

    The low will bring clouds to the coastal areas and actually could serve up a thunder storm over the Cascades. But the valleys won't feel the effect of the low until Tuesday morning when marine clouds will make their way inland and give us some wind and low clouds tomorrow morning.

    Expect highs to dip a bit Tuesday as the morning cloud cover leads to some cooling. The high temperature for Tuesday will be 84.

    Forecasters don't see any chances of rain or even partly cloudy skies until Saturday. Enjoy the week.

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  • Man charged with attempted murder following drive-by shooting, wreck

    A 24-year-old man faces attempted murder charges following a shooting and subsequent high-speed crash in Gresham on Saturday morning that sent two people to the hospital. with serious injuries.

    A 24-year-old man faces attempted murder charges following a shooting and subsequent high-speed crash in Gresham on Saturday morning that sent two people to the hospital with serious injuries.

    Portland Police responded to reports of a gun battle occurring between occupants of two vehicles near Northeast 105thAvenue and Glisan Street shortly after 9:15 a.m. Saturday.

    By the time police showed up, both vehicles were gone, but they found "evidence of gunfire."

    About 15 minutes later, Gresham police spotted a single vehicle crash about 60 blocks east, along Northeast 162nd Avenue near Halsey Street.

    Portland police booked Antonio Mayshack into the Multnomah County Jail Saturday evening on attempted murder, unlawful use of a weapon and felon in possession of a firearm charges. Mayshack was also wanted on robbery and criminal trespassing warrants, according to police.

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    He had also just appeared in court this week on unrelated driving under the influence of intoxicants charges.

    When officers arrived at the crash scene, Mayshack and his passenger had "attempted to walk away" but were quickly found.

    Neither had any gunshot wounds, but they were banged up from the wreck.

    The passenger in Mayshack's car is still in the hospital with serious injuries. Police haven't announced any charges, according to a release.


    -- Andrew Theen
    atheen@oregonian.com
    503-294-4026
    @andrewtheen

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