Unfortunately, it’s over. But sky-watchers should take heart: Sightings of the aurora borealis may be getting more frequent here in the next few years.
A local plant expert’s tips about how to protect your plants in the heat.
Resources on how to cool off, and places to volunteer to help our AC-less neighbors
We've been here before, in June and July of 2021. But concrete change to help the region stave off unnecessary deaths has been slow to materialize.
On Sunday, we’re poised to shatter our three-time 107 degree record. At least we won’t be in the middle of a world war.
This weekend is going to get really hot. But you know what’s hotter? Helping others.
The weather brought a slew of new challenges.
Here's what to do—and what not to do—while you wait for the lights to come back on.
We sent our editors out to capture the frozen fun.
Portland Monthly Staff
Are you a kale hoarder? A drive-at-all-coster?
Enjoying winter … while we can.
Forecasts show another earthquake is coming. Here are expert tips for how to prepare your home, family, and community.
Coos Bay, North Bend, and Charleston offer visitors a world-class show every winter.
Here's what you need to know to survive if it snows next week
The Canadian forecaster says we can expect 6 to 12 inches in Portland and the surrounding areas on Thursday, January 16.
August is Portland’s most sweltering month. Here are 10 ways to beat—or bring—the heat.
Twenty-ish questions with someone who lived it.
We size up that drizzle from the sky.
We called up the Canadian sensation, who told us we need to be prepared. Local meteorologists disagree.
Meet the city's stormwatchers.