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Mostly clear, but snow’s around the corner

Happy Friday, Central Oregon!

Friday through Sunday night, an upper-level ridge over the region will remain.

Temperatures will be a bit warmer overnight, with lows in the low to mid-20s.

This ridge will keep conditions dry through Saturday night, with temperatures above normal, in the high 40s to low 50s.

The ridge will begin to break down Saturday as a disturbance and cold front approach.

Rain will develop, mainly over the mountains, during the day, then change over to snow Sunday night.

At this time, it appears that light accumulations are possible in the mountains.

Snow levels will drop to around 2,000 to 2,500 feet by Monday morning.

On Tuesday, snow levels will drop to 1,200 feet and give us our highest chance for snow in the extended forecast.

There's also a slight chance for snow showers on Thanksgiving and Black Friday, with snow levels down to 650 feet.

Local Forecast

Katie Zuniga

Katie Zuniga is a weather anchor for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Katie here.


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