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Snow Levels to 2,000′ Friday

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WEATHER DISCUSSION

After some precipitation over the last few days, there will be mainly dry conditions across the forecast area tonight. A weak disturbance off the coast will move southeast and bring possible isolated showers to the coast and Northern California this evening. This system will also bring possible snow showers to the Cascades as snow levels will drop to 2,000 feet by Friday morning.

With the leftover precipitation, expect 1-3 inches of snowfall in the upper elevations (especially north of Hwy. 140) . Some lower summits will see light snow as well, even Sexton Summit may even see a light dusting. Even with the snowfall, travel throughout the area should not be affected.

A cut-off low is expected to enter the region Saturday night into Sunday, so expect light rain along the coast and possible snow showers in the upper elevations with this system. After the passing of the low we’ll see drier conditions next week with a chance for isolated showers on Wednesday, mainly at the coast and Cascades.

Thanks for logging on and have a great evening!

Meteorologist Megan Parry

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