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Most of snowfall over, but freezing rain could replace it

Happy Sunday, Central Oregon!

For the moment, we're enjoying some calmer weather in the lower elevations, while the Cascades are still feeling the brunt of the tail end of the second storm system.

Most of the snowfall is over, although we'll continue to see scattered snow showers for the next 24 hours. We'll have a break from precipitation completely on Sunday afternoon.

Another system will start to move in, but we could see more rain and freezing rain from it than the last two.

This isn't looking like the same type of event that hit the Portland area, but it will be enough to make already slick roads even more slippery.

Temperatures (and snow levels) will fall back down Monday night, making any precipitation we get snow again after that.

Temperatures will stay in the 30s Sunday but jump into the mid-40s on Monday.

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