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Local Alert Weather – Mon. PM


Happy Monday evening, everyone!

We’ve seen a break in the clouds this afternoon, but we’ll watch clouds increase tonight. Winds will generally be out of the south around 5 to 10 miles per hour. Overnight lows will bottom out in the low to mid 20s. Increasing clouds will turn into increasing chances for showers by the morning tomorrow.

Snow levels will be around the 6,800′ range tomorrow morning. A cold front tomorrow will drop our snow levels throughout the day, but especially overnight into Wednesday.

We wake up to snow falling in the Cascades with a rain/snow mix for the passes. Rain showers will change over to snow throughout the day and night. Central Oregon will see rain showers closer to the Cascades and chances for rain showers for the rest of the region.

Tuesday’s highs will be mild and above average. Highs will peak in the mid to upper 40s. Winds will be gusty tomorrow ahead of the cold front and as it arrives. Winds will top around 40 miles per hour throughout the second half of the day. Stormy conditions at times are ahead for us into Wednesday.

Overnight into Wednesday most of the showers change over to snow, so we’ll start Wednesday with some slick conditions and a dusting of snow for many of us. Mt. Bachelor will have 12″+ of snow by Wednesday morning.

The next chance for showers is looking to be Friday. During the middle of the week we’ll see variable clouds, above average highs and lows, and mainly dry conditions.

— Emily

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