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Active Weather Pattern To Persist Over The Western U.S., Inclement Weather Expected Over The East

A series of storm systems will bring a continued threat for heavy rain, strong winds, and rough surf to coastal locations from northern California to the Northwest U.S. into the weekend. Heavy snow will be likely across the Intermountain West. Over the eastern U.S., low pressure will gather strength and move up the eastern seaboard Friday into Saturday bringing ice, rain, and gusty winds. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Dec. 12, 2019 at 11:15:14 pm PST

National Weather Service Portland, ORNational Weather Service Pendleton, OR

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National Weather Service Eureka, CANational Weather Service Sacramento, CANational Weather Service Reno, NV

Models have increased potential snow amounts for the mountains tonight through tomorrow night. Snow levels will generally remain between 4000 and 5000 feet. Around a foot and a half of snow is expected at Crater Lake and 8 to 12 inches on lower Cascade passes. A few inches are possible on the valley east of the Cascades, with up to 6 inches expected near Chemult. If you plan on traveling during this time, be sure to carry an emergency travel kit with you. This travel kit should include: blankets, food, water, fully charged cell phone, chains, and any necessary medications. Be sure to check the latest road conditions before venturing out and stay up to date with the most recent forecasts. Links for this information are listed below: You can call 511 for Oregon road conditions and for California road conditions call 800-427-ROAD (7623)  
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  • California road conditions: Caltrans
  • NWS hazard viewer: Here


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