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Active Winter Weather To End The Work Week

After a brief break in the weather today and Wednesday, a series of fronts will impact the region starting late Wednesday night and continuing through the weekend. The strongest in the series is anticipated late Friday into Saturday. Moderate to heavy rain and snow with strong winds are expected with this front. Another front will follow on Sunday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Dec. 7, 2022 at 12:24:39 pm PST

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After a brief break in the weather today, a series of fronts will impact the region starting late Wednesday night and continuing through the weekend. The first front expected late Wednesday will be fairly typical for this time of year with snow levels down to 2500-3000 ft. It’s possible to see some light snow down to 1500 ft early Thursday morning, but the main impacts will be above 3000 ft Thursday. The strongest in the series is anticipated late Friday into Saturday. Moderate to heavy rain and snow with strong winds are expected with this front. Another front will pass through the area early Sunday followed by cool and showery weather later Sunday. Snow levels will hover around 2000-2500 ft for this last front. Showers will taper off with generally improving conditions expected Monday. Area passes will be affected with these fronts, especially the Cascade passes and those in the Mt. Shasta region. If you plan to travel this weekend, consider adjusting your plans to avoid the worst of the conditions.

 

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