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Mother Nature brings more rain and snow for Mother’s Day

Happy Sunday, Central Oregon -- and Happy Mother's Day!

We are seeing this system make its way over the region and it's bringing more rain and snow with it, along with grapel, sunshine -- even thunder! Winds are coming out of the northwest, carrying snow and colder temperatures. Sunday's temperatures were cooler, ranging in the low 30s to 50 degrees.

Sunday night's lows are expected to drop below freezing as we see chances for snow and rain showers. Overnight temperatures are ranging in the low 20s to mid-30s. Monday's highs also will be below average, as we see this system pass. Temperatures will range from the low 40s to high 50s. For reference, the average high for this time of year is 67 degrees.

Our Future Track shows more rain and snow in our higher elevations on Monday that last for the entire day and night. Conditions begin to clear up on Tuesday and we see our temperatures warm up by Wednesday.

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Carly Keenan

Carly Keenan is a multimedia journalist and producer for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Carly here.

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