Snow levels drop to 4,000 feet tonight and we could see some light accumulation over the Cascade passes by tomorrow morning. Any snow that sticks on the roads won’t linger long because it is still too warm for that. We could see 1 to 3 inches of snow from Crater Lake north in the Cascades, up to 2 inches above 4,500 feet and even the possibility of a dusting for east side valleys by tomorrow morning. We could see heavy showers over the Cascades and east side this evening which could drop snow levels below 4,000 feet at times.
The low pressure and associated trough responsible for tonight weather will shift south into southern California tomorrow and we’ll return to a drier pattern. Tomorrow will still be fairly breezy for the coast, ridges and east side with a warmer afternoon on tap. Thursday and Friday mornings will be the coldest of the week with mid-20s on the east side and upper-30s for west side valleys. Afternoon highs will slowly climb into next week but will remain below normal, with low-70s by next week for west side valleys and low to mid-60s for the east side.
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Meteorologist Megan Parry