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Mostly dry and partly cloudy with snow possible in the Cascades

Good Tuesday, Central Oregon.  Today appears to bring mostly dry and partly sunny conditions with temperatures a few degrees cooler than yesterday.

Some areas may see a bit of a wintry mix at times in lower elevations but snow will be mainly confined to the Cascades.  A light but consistent pattern of snowfall is expected and should help recover bases with snow showers expected Wednesday through Thursday night.

There are some areas below freezing this morning so freezing or slippery roads are possible on your commute, especially on secondary roads and the mountain passes.

Fog has developed top the Northeast of the forecast region and is possible in our area but no advisories are currently in place.

Wind will be out of the south in the 5-15mph range early, eventually calming a bit and becoming north in the 6-10mph range by later today.  Highs will be in the 30s and 40s and lows again in the 20s and 30s.

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