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Storm Watching

Added: Dec 19, 2019
Category: Adventure


STORM WATCHING
Experience the magnificent power of mother nature as you watch the storm fronts come in. With the the wind howling, waves crashing and ominous clouds filling the sky, it is quite the show to take in.


Although many people come to play on the beaches of Lincoln City in the summer, storm watching in the winter has become a favorite pastime.

Particularly in December, January, and February, ferocious Pacific Ocean waves roll in from Japan to pound the Oregon Coast. When the storms are at their peak, winds in excess of 100 miles per hour (87 nautical miles per hour) and waves towering 30 feet (9.14 meters) or more drive spectacular walls of water onto the beach and against the bluffs.

GREAT VIEWING LOCATIONS
OUTDOORS
D River Wayside
Roads End State Park




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