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Saturday AM: Lingering Showers

Saturday AM: Lingering Showers

Posted: Sat Mar 17 09:04:39 PDT 2018
Updated: Sat Mar 17 09:04:40 PDT 2018

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today into this evening with snow levels rising from 2000 feet to around 3000 to 3500 feet msl. snow amounts will be generally up to an inch but the warner mountains and southern oregon cascades may receive up to 3 inches. these showers will be in response to first, instability with the upper trough centered over south central oregon. this trough will exit to the east this afternoon but instability will persist on the back side of the trough and also accompany the next shortwave tracking south- southeastward toward the oregon coast. there is increased confidence in a less progressive solution with the upper trough expected to linger along the northern oregon coast sunday into monday. sunday morning will begin with a chance of light showers at the coast north of cape blanco. day-time heating on both sunday and monday may be sufficient to produce some flurries with little or no accumulation and snow levels at 3000 to 4000 feet msl. partly to mostly sunny skies will bring a warming trend of high temperatures though can expect for the week ahead. thanks, mike. [g4]tease seven-vo: news there are a couple different ways you can clean your
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