PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The National Weather Service has expired a Friday afternoon flood advisory for Multnomah County, but storms are expected to continue to roll through the Pacific Northwest throughout the weekend, bringing banner days for rain for low-lying areas, snow in the mountains and the potential for thunderstorms later Friday evening.

Winter weather advisories were issued for parts of the Cascades, and a wind advisory has been issued for parts of the Columbia River Gorge. Click here for a full list of weather alerts and sign up for our weather alerts delivered to your inbox.

On this soaked Friday, we could double the amount of rain that fell Thursday, which was 0.46″ inches at PDX. Side note: that’s pretty darn close to what was modeled (ECWMF 0.54″). No records were broken Thursday in Portland but The Dalles broke its daily rainfall record, measuring 0.24″ (old record 0.21″ 1963).

There’s a good chance we’ll break the daily rainfall record for Portland as the forecast calls for up to 1 inch. The May 6 record for Portland is 0.80″ (1963).

Friday morning saw lows in the 50s with light rain, while the afternoon will reach the upper 50’s, along with showers that are heavy at times. Thunderstorms and hail are also a possibility for some.

Turbulent weather continues through the weekend, along with cooler and wetter weather than normal.

Snow in the mountains? Yes, possible a foot or more at resort level. Mountain passes could be looking at 4 – 6″ of snow at the peak of those snow showers. After Saturday, that number may climb as temperatures fall and snow levels drop to about 2,500′ Sunday.

Wind Advisory

WIND ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 2 AM PDT SATURDAY. * WHAT…West to southwest winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 50 mph expected. * WHERE…In California, Modoc County including Highway 299 at Cedar Pass. In Oregon, much of Lake County including Highway 31 from Silver Lake to Lakeview. * WHEN…From 11 AM this morning to 2 AM PDT Saturday. * IMPACTS…Gusty winds could blow around unsecured objects. Tree limbs could be blown down and a few power outages may result. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS…Impactful winds will occur mainly in the afternoons and evenings. Winds will diminish some overnight into the early morning hours.