What is the weather like?
In winter- temperatures range from mid/high 40’s to low 50’s during day to mid 30’s at night. Winter is a great time to visit the Oregon coast and watch our magnificent winter storms. In spring – temperatures range from high 50’s during day to low 40’s at night with a good chance of rain. In summer – temperatures range from 60-70’s during day to high 50’s at night. In autumn – temperatures range from mid/high 60’s during day to low 40’s at night. There is a good chance of rain in late autumn early winter. In winter- temperatures range from mid/high 40’s to low 50’s during day to mid 30’s at night.
OREGON COAST – From ocean burps, whale burps, snow going the wrong direction to surreal beaches that make strange noises – there’s a lot more to the coast than storm watching during the winter. In fact, one of the strangest facts about the region this time of year is how the weather can be distinctly non-winter like.
One of these funky factoids is the erosion the region goes through each winter – some years more than others. Because of winter storms, sand gets scoured out by all that crazed wave action. This means your favorite beach may look vastly different during the winter than in summer. Places with lots of rocky areas will be especially striking, like Arch Cape, Hug Point, parts of Lincoln City, Seal Rock, Oceanside, and more. You’ll notice structures you’ve never seen before as sand levels decrease.