Heavy snow and strong winds will begin tonight as a part of a winter storm that will last through Monday. Snow levels will plummet into Sunday with bursts of snow showers likely in the westside valleys and even down to the Oregon coast.
A winter storm warning is issued for the higher elevatons of Curry, Josephine, Jackson, and western Klamath counties. A winter weather advisory is issued for lower elevations and the valleys of Curry, Josephine, Jackson, Siskiyou, and Klamath counties. A high wind warning is issued for parts of Klamath and Lake counties.
Several inches of snow are expected in elevations above 2,000 ft, even a couple inches of snow are possible in the westside valleys.
- Cascade Passes: 10-15 Inches
- I-5 Passes: 3-6 Inches
- Highway 97: 3-6 Inches
- Westside Valleys: 1-2 Inches Possible.
Snow and ice are expected on roads above 2,000 ft. The Oregon Department of Transportation recommends drivers have chains in their cars at all times.
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