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A winter weather advisory is in place

Happy Tuesday, Central Oregon!

We can expect mixed showers Tuesday night, with lows in the 20s and westerly winds at 5-10 mph. Mixed showers are expected through Wednesday and into Wednesday night, along with highs in the low to mid 40s.

Snow levels drop to 2300 feet on Wednesday night, however less than an inch of accumulation is excepted in Central Oregon. This system could drop as much as one foot of fresh snow on Mt. Bachelor over the next 24-36 hours.

Skies will turn mostly sunny for Thanksgiving Day and highs will reach the mid 40s. We will go from mostly sunny to partly cloudy through the weekend, with highs in the mid to upper 40s.

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Katie Zuniga

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



  1. Im not a meteorologist but i feel like the current winter weather advisory predicting 4-8 inches of snow on east facing slopes of the cascades from 3000-5000 feet with the snow level going down to 2300, implies bend and much of the high desert will be seeing measurable snow accumulation not “mixed showers”

      1. Thank you barney, these are still the situations where i think historically the forecast misses storms for a lot of the area, bend airport is about the lowest and most easterly point you could still call bend so its not great data for most of the city

        1. I think they’ve gotten far better at it, despite the radar “hole,” in recent years. When I first moved here, I don’t recall seeing the kind of snowfall accumulation maps we saw then. But micro-climates can trump technology, and while we never remember when they are right on, we ALWAYS remember when they are not and we get a snow dump….

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