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Snow Report: March 11th

Snow levels are falling this morning and will be around 2500 feet in the Washington Cascades by daybreak and 3000 to 3500 feet elsewhere. Snow levels will rise again after sunrise to around 3200 feet in the Washington Cascades and between 4000 and 5000 feet elsewhere. Snow levels will decrease again by Tuesday morning, but will remain generally steady in the Washington Cascades and drop to between 3000 and 4000 feet elsewhere. However, snow levels will fall further during the day on Tuesday, and will be between 2000-3000 feet in much of the Cascades by afternoon and 3000-4000 feet elsewhere. By Wednesday morning, snow levels will be below 2000 feet everywhere.

There is a Winter Weather Advisory in place along the East slopes of the Cascades including La Pine and Sunriver until 11pm Tuesday. Snow accumulations of 1-2 feet are possible above 4000 feet, mainly near the crests. Wind gusts as high as 45 mph are possible.  Lower snow totals of half an inch to two  inches are forecast from 4000 to 4500 feet along the US-97 corridor between Bend and La Pine, Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning.

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