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Local Alert Forecast

Local Alert Weather Forecast, Thu., Dec. 18, 2014

A storm system is moving into the Pacific Northwest this evening and will impact our area tonight through Saturday. With this storm will be gusty winds, cloudy skies, snow in the Cascades and rain snow mix for lower elevations. Travel over the Cascades Friday and Saturday will be slow and icy. No one route (Hood, Santiam, and Willamette Pass) will be significantly better or worse than the others.

Tonight expect temperatures in the low 30s with rain and snow mix showers across the area. Snowfall will begin in the mountains and fall to about 4,000 feet overnight. Lower locations will see more rain than snow. Winds will be on the rise tonight, gusting as high as 20 to 25 mph.

Friday will be a snowy day in the mountains. Central Oregon will be sitting under mixed moisture through the majority of the day. It will not be raining constantly however; there will be a couple hours of dry conditions between pushes of rain and light snow. Accumulation for areas below 4,000 feet that see snow will be little to none.

Starting this weekend, rain in the area will turn to snow. Winds will be breezy as well with mostly cloudy skies. Showers will be off and on and daytime high temperatures will be in the mid to lower 40s.

--Travis

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