Portland, OR Key Stats for Meeting Planners
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Hotel at Convention Center?
Sleeping Rooms 1 Mile from Convention Center:
- Golf Destination
- Mountain / Skiing Destination
- Smoke-free Restaurants
Credit Cards and Travelers Cheques widely accepted?
- Special Event Venues
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- Sales Tax
- U.S. Dollar
- Standard Tipping Practice
- 120V / 60Hz
- Official Languages
All average costs based on U.S. Government Per Diem rates as published by the U.S. General Services Administration.
Portland, OR Climate Information
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Visitors to Portland might expect to experience generous rainfall during their stay, but they will be surprised to learn at 36.3 inches of average rainfall, the city receives less annual precipitation overall than most East Coast cities. However, when rainfall does occur during the region's rainy season November to April, it is rare to see a sunny, dry day. The city receives approximately 155 days of precipitation a year, frequently in the form of a light drizzle or fine mist. Visitors should be sure to pack an umbrella and raincoat if visiting in the winter.
Winter temperatures average a low of 37°F and a high of 46°F. Spring weather can be damp and chilly, particularly in March and April. The summer season is marked by mild temperatures, low humidity and predominantly sunny skies. Although temperatures can reach the mid-90s in the summer, northwesterly winds from the Pacific Ocean keep most days in the low 80s. June is considered the perfect month to visit Portland, many of the roses are blooming and days are long and warm.