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STORMWATCH: Inches of Snow Expected on Mountain Passes

This morning the Rogue Valley saw a few snow and sleet showers.

Posted: Feb. 11, 2018 10:57 AM
Updated: Feb. 11, 2018 10:59 AM

This morning's snow showers will turn into rain showers by the afternoon in the valley. The snow levels will rise throughout the day, and will fall between 2,000'-3,500'.

This morning the Rogue Valley saw a few snow and sleet showers. This is because clouds rolled in and trapped the cold air in the valley,  keeping our temperatures either at or below the freezing mark. 

The Cascades passes and the I-5 passes will see snow throughout today. The Cascades passes could see 2-5 inches of snow, the Siskiyou Summit could see 1-2 inches of snow and the Sexton Summit could see a dusting to a half inch.  Mt. Ashland could see 3-6 inches in the next 24 hours.

If you plan to drive over the passes, make sure your car is winter ready.

This snow is good news for Mt. Ashland. The mountain could see 3-6 inches in the next 24 hours.

Stay with the Stormwatch12 weather team for the latest.

Click here for the Stormwatch12 interactive radar. 

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