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Local Alert Weather – Tues. PM


Happy Tuesday evening, everyone!

Tonight expect some breezy conditions still out of the southwest as a warm front moves across the region. We’ll see mild overnight lows due to the front in the low to mid 30s. We’ll see cloudy skies and a chance for showers between midnight and sunrise tomorrow, but the chance will be best across the Cascades and the east slopes. Some areas tonight will see fog develop. Snow levels will be around 4,700′ tonight.

Wednesday will still see some gusty winds topping 15 miles per hour with the exiting front. Snow levels begin around 6,000′. We wake up to overcast skies. We’ll see partly cloudy skies to mostly cloudy throughout the day. Highs will be more mild than today in the upper 40s and lower 50s.

Through the next several days we will see areas of fog. I expect as we get into the end of the week and weekend we’ll see widespread fog across Central Oregon. The fog will start in the lower elevations and canyons up to the north and spread south.

Above the fog we will see variable cloud cover, but more blue sky than anything else. Temperatures will trend about 10 degrees above average in the low to mid 50s.

Dry conditions are expected through the end of the extended forecast — including the mountains and ski areas.

— Emily

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