There have been numerous mail theft complaints in the Lower Nehalem Rd/HWY 103/HWY 26/ general Elsie-Vinemaple area this morning. Thefts appeared to have occurred between 05:30-07:30 am. Suspect vehicle is an older body style small pickup, darker in color. If you find you have also been a victim, or have any information, please call Clatsop County Dispatch for Deputy Moore at 503-325-2061. The case number regarding this incident is C20202812.
NORTH OREGON COAST-SOUTH WASHINGTON COAST-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF CANNON BEACH, NETARTS, PACIFIC CITY,
LONG BEACH, OCEAN PARK, AND CAPE DISAPPOINTMENT
639 AM PST SUN NOV 29 2020
…HIGH WIND WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM THIS EVENING THROUGH
LATE TONIGHT FOR THE SOUTH WASHINGTON AND NORTH OREGON COAST
BEACHES AND HEADLANDS…
* WHAT…SOUTH WINDS 25 TO 40 MPH WITH WIDESPREAD WIND GUSTS OF
50 TO 60 MPH NEAR THE BEACHES AND HEADLANDS.
* WHERE…IN WASHINGTON, SOUTH WASHINGTON COAST. IN OREGON,
NORTH OREGON COAST.
* WHEN…FROM 8 PM SUNDAY THROUGH 4 AM MONDAY.
* IMPACTS…STRONG WINDS COULD RESULT IN ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES
AND TREE DAMAGE.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…THE STRONGEST WINDS WILL LIKELY ONLY LAST
FOR ONE TO THREE HOURS SOMETIME LATE SUNDAY EVENING INTO VERY
EARLY MONDAY MORNING.
MONITOR THE LATEST FORECASTS AND WARNINGS FOR UPDATES ON THIS
SITUATION. FASTEN LOOSE OBJECTS OR SHELTER OBJECTS IN A SAFE
LOCATION PRIOR TO THE ONSET OF WINDS.
FOR MORE INFORMATION FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE VISIT
Highway 30 at MP 94.5 is now open following a motor vehicle accident. Please exercise caution as first responders are still on scene.
Highway 30 is currently closed due to a motor vehicle accident at milepost 94.5 ( near the MERTS campus). Please check www.tripcheck.com for updates or call 511. We will update when the highway is open again.
Coastal Hazard Message
National Weather Service Portland OR
143 PM PST Wed Nov 25 2020
North Oregon Coast-Central Oregon Coast-South Washington Coast-
143 PM PST Wed Nov 25 2020
…HIGH SURF ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 AM PST THURSDAY…
* WHAT…Hazardous surf conditions with breaker heights 20 to 25
feet expected. Heights will gradually decrease tonight.
* WHERE…In Washington, South Washington Coast. In Oregon,
North Oregon Coast and Central Oregon Coast.
* WHEN…Through 4 AM PST Thursday.
* IMPACTS…Destructive waves may wash over beaches, jetties,
and other structures unexpectedly. People can be swept off
rocks and jetties and drown while observing high surf. Minor
beach erosion may damage coastal properties and buildings.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…Unpredictable sneaker waves will run up
farther onto the beaches, lifting or rolling large heavy water
soaked logs which can lead to serious injury or death.
A High Surf Advisory means that high surf will affect beaches,
producing rip currents, sneaker waves and beach erosion. Stay
well back from the water’s edge and be alert for exceptionally
Keep away from large logs on the beach. Water running up on the
beach can easily lift or roll logs which can injure or kill
someone caught in their path.