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Winter weather advisory for higher elevations

Happy Sunday Central Oregon!

This current cold front won't bring the cities all too much snow accumulation, but there is the potential for some freezing rain in Sisters and some wintry mix in La Pine and Sunriver.

The system does have the potential to bring some significant snow to the mountains, and Mount Bachelor could have as much as 15 new inches by Sunday.

Everywhere else, it won't get cold enough to get the winter weather. Temperatures won't vary much Saturday night from the highs Saturday and Sunday. The low temperature Saturday night in Redmond will actually be one degree warmer than Sunday's high.

Temperatures will hover around the lower to upper 40s for the next few days, while dipping down to just above freezing in La Pine and Sunriver.

We will also some strong winds continue Saturday night into Sunday, and some gusts may hit 36 mph Saturday night.

The wind and rain will continue into Monday night after a warm front moves through on Sunday, before starting to clear on Tuesday.

It won't be long period without activity as we get another system off the Pacific on Wednesday, which does have the potential to bring our cities snow.

Don't forget to download our free KTVZ Local Alert Weather app for the most current conditions, and we'll help keep you safe with customizable alerts.


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