Strong Winds Cause A Floating House To Break Loose And Flee To Washington

Strong Winds Cause A Floating House To Break: The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office reported that a floating home on the Columbia River became detached from the marina as the weather in Oregon began to deteriorate on Friday afternoon. Conditions were rainy and windy.

Strong winds, according to the sheriff’s office, were a contributing cause in the home’s ability to break free from a marina on Northeast Marine Drive, eventually making its way to the state of Washington.

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Massive waves are about to slam the Coasts of Northern Oregon and Southern Washington respectively. According to the authorities, there was no one present inside the house when it detached, and it was mentioned that the owner is currently working with a contractor to secure the property.

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The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office reported that a floating home on the Columbia River became detached from the marina as the weather in Oregon became increasingly windy and rainy on Friday afternoon. November 4, 2022 (This image is provided courtesy of the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office.)

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This comes at a time when the Portland metropolitan area is forecast to get a total of 2-3 inches of rain along with gusty gusts, which will boost the region’s rainfall totals to a level that is nearly record-setting.

Until one in the morning on Saturday, a wind advisory is still in force for the entirety of the Willamette Valley as well as the broader Portland-Vancouver area.

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