As we start the week on Monday, several watches and warnings are in place throughout the state.
In Central Oregon, parts of Deschutes, Jefferson and Crook counties are under a wind advisory through Monday at 7 p.m., as wind gusts could hit speeds upwards of 45 miles per hour in that time frame.
Parts of all three counties, as well as the Cascade Mountain region, are under a winter weather advisory. The advisory through the Cascades ends Tuesday at 11 a.m., while the advisory in the tri-counties expires Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Rain is expected in Central Oregon cities Monday, turning to a rain-snow mix by Monday night. Then, there's a chance for snow showers on Tuesday, with a snow likely in La Pine. That should all taper off by Wednesday.