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Weather & Tides

We enjoy a temperate climate, ranging from 45 to 80 degrees. The Pacific and its winds can be chilly, though, so the key is extra layers.

Current Conditions & Forecast

Weather

Sunday, Feb 25
H: 57°   L: 51°
Weather icon Broken clouds
Broken clouds
Monday, Feb 26
H: 56°   L: 51°
Weather icon Broken clouds
Broken clouds
Tuesday, Feb 27
H: 53°   L: 50°
Weather icon Scattered clouds
Scattered clouds
Wednesday, Feb 28
H: 56°   L: 52°
Weather icon Broken clouds
Broken clouds
Thursday, Feb 29
H: 56°   L: 51°
Weather icon Overcast clouds
Overcast clouds
Friday, Mar 01
H: 52°   L: 48°
Weather icon Light shower rain
Light shower rain
Saturday, Mar 02
H: 50°   L: 46°
Weather icon Light rain
Light rain
Sunday, Mar 03
H: 51°   L: 50°
Weather icon Few clouds
Few clouds
Monday, Mar 04
H: 51°   L: 49°
Weather icon Scattered clouds
Scattered clouds
Tuesday, Mar 05
H: 53°   L: 51°
Weather icon Scattered clouds
Scattered clouds
Wednesday, Mar 06
H: 56°   L: 51°
Weather icon Clear Sky
Clear Sky
Thursday, Mar 07
H: 53°   L: 49°
Weather icon Broken clouds
Broken clouds
Friday, Mar 08
H: 56°   L: 49°
Weather icon Light rain
Light rain
Saturday, Mar 09
H: 57°   L: 51°
Weather icon Moderate rain
Moderate rain
Sunday, Mar 10
H: 54°   L: 49°
Weather icon Moderate rain
Moderate rain
Monday, Mar 11
H: 54°   L: 49°
Weather icon Broken clouds
Broken clouds

Live Coast Camera

KATU has a live Coast camera located at the Inn At Spanish Head in Lincoln City—from the camera, you can see up the Oregon Coast, south to the mouth of Siletz Bay, as well as gorgeous sunsets and fierce storms.

Tide Information

Prior to exploring Lincoln City’s beaches, have a glance at the tide table and practice beach safety.

Safety

During the winter, Lincoln City bears witness to beautiful and dramatic storms, and while incredible to behold, storms can create unsafe conditions on the beach. Be mindful of your surroundings during winter storms and practice beach safety.

A tsunami is an extremely unlikely event during your visit to Lincoln City, but it doesn’t hurt to be prepared. In the event of an earthquake and possible tsunami, drop, cover and hold during the quake, move inland and uphill quickly, or use local evacuation routes. Wait for an official “all clear” before returning to the beach.