Showers are expected this evening across the region as a disturbance moves in from our North. Snow levels will be dropping to 1,500′ in some locations so it’s quite possible some areas in the Rogue Valley may have a dusting in the morning. Any snow showers that do develop and move through will bring very light accumulations if any. The Basin could also see snow showers this evening, while the Coast will see rain showers.
By midday tomorrow we will see a brief break in between our next storm system. By late afternoon more showers will move in once again. Friday morning a warm front will come through, raising snow levels a bit before a very cold air mass moves in behind it. This system could bring snow to the Valley floor Friday evening into Saturday morning. As of right now, it looks as though it will be bringing quite a bit of snow to the Cascades. If I had to make an estimate now, I’d say a good 6″ or so certainly possible in the Mountains, with slightly lower amounts in the Siskiyous. Still, this storm is about 48 hours out so for now we will have to continue monitoring it!
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