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Snow ahead for Thanksgiving week


Happy Sunday Central Oregon!

Partly cloudy skies overhead for us today, but changes and a big time cool down are on the way for the High Desert.

This evening we are looking at partly cloudy skies with winds out of the northwest at 5-10 MPH.

Through the overnight we are looking at chances for snow showers to start developing east of the Cascades.

Overnight lows are set to drop down into the mid to upper 20s.

Then heading into Monday we are looking at chances for isolated snow showers off and on throughout much of the day.

Highs on Monday will top out in the upper 30s to low 40s.

Chances for snow showers will continue through to Tuesday.

It looks like at the point this system will bring the most snow overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning.

Here on the High Desert we could see 3-7 inches come Wednesday morning.

Up in the Cascades we are looking at snow fall up around a foot by Wednesday, so if you are traveling over the mountain passes this week, expect to see winter driving conditions.

By Thanksgiving there is a slight chance of a few lingering snow showers in the morning hours but things are set to start drying out and cooling down big time.

Highs on Thanksgiving will be in the mid to upper 20s with lows dipping down close to 0 degrees.

Temps are set to stay cold in the 20s as we head into the weekend as well.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend Central Oregon!

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