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Local Alert Weather, Fri. AM, 10.5.18


Good Friday Morning, Everyone…
The Pacific NW is known for its chilly, wet storm systems and the one building in this morning will not disappoint!. Our skies will cloud over and rain will begin about lunch time. Highs will only be in the mid to upper 50’s and southerly breezes will be gentle at 5-10 mph. Rain will continue overnight. Lows will be in the mid 30’s to low 40’s, and southerly breezes will remain pretty gentle.
This system looks to be a bit colder than initially expected, so the freezing level in the cascades will be a bit lower. The mountain passes will be receiving a rain/snow mix. Be aware that roadways may be quite slick and potentially hazardous for mountain travelers. This could also yield as much as 4-8″ of fresh snow for Mt. Bachelor, making this the first significant snowfall of the season for the resort.
Central Oregon’s rain showers will slowly taper off Saturday leaving us with some pretty cold air. Highs will be in the mid 50’s and overnight lows will be at or below freezing. Sunday will be partly sunny, but high will only reach the mid to upper 50’s. The next chilly system will press in beginning Monday morning. With it will come a slight chance of showers that will likely stay with us into the middle of next week.
In the NewsChannel 21 Weather Center, I’m Bob Shaw…

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