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Mini warm-up continues into Monday

Happy Sunday, Central Oregon!

We've had some scattered snow and rain showers around the region, but otherwise, some Central Oregon sunshine got through for a lot of the day yesterday.

We do have some light breezes around the area, but nothing more than 20 mph, and that's how it will stay for the next few days.

We have a system hanging out around the Willamette Valley tonight that my bring us a sprinkle of rain or snow tonight and tomorrow, but the bulk of the system will dissipate before crossing the crest of the Cascades.

Any chance for snow will be put on hold Sunday evening, as our winds will switch from out of the north to a southerly breeze, giving us a some warmer air.

That's why on Monday we'll see high temperatures around the region above 50 degrees and near 50 on Sunday.

During that time, there are small chances for rain, but nothing greater than 30 percent chances at this point.

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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Jack Hirsh

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