Oregon Weather Cams and Current Conditions

last updated June 20, 2014

Oceanside cam 1

Oceanside cam 2

Oceanside cam 3

Netarts / Cape Lookout cam

Cape Kiwanda cam (KGW)

good weather station at Pacific City

Lincoln City cam (KATU) (this webcam lacks a time stamp and may go for many hours between updates)

Yaquina Head cam (OSU)

Newport cam (KGW)

cam at HMSC in Newport

weather at HMSC in Newport

Sea Lion Caves cam

Sea Lion Caves weather

Florence cam (Lane County)

Webcam at Lenhart's airport (there is a wind sock near the treeline)

Eugene webcam aimed at Coburg hills

Controllable webcam for south Willamette valley


Pine Mountain (includes current conditions)

Collection of webcams for central and northern Oregon Cascades region including views of Mt. Bachelor, Pine Mountain, Sunriver/ Three Sisters, Eagle Crest near Redmond, Hoodoo Butte, and the Hood River area. Includes some views suitable looking at wave clouds.

Valley Falls cam (ODOT)

Basque Station cam (ODOT)

Webcam at Morton WA (includes current conditions)

Mt. St. Helens Volcanocams

More Oregon webcams

Navigation to all Oregon Department of Transportation webcams (only a few of these include a good view of the sky)

navigation to all KGW cameras-- Oregon coast etc

Click here to find weather cams anywhere in the US

A few more links for current conditions:

Nation-wide interactive map including near-shore and far-offshore buoys from "windonthewater.com"

NOAA map of NW Oregon with current winds in graphic form--subtract 1 hour from the time on the map to convert to Pacific time. This link includes many coastal (and other) wind stations that are absent from the other links given below. There is also supposed to be a time-series function but it doesn 't seem to work at present.

NOAA current hourly observations for Oregon

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