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Quiet Wednesday

Quiet Wednesday

Posted: Dec. 12, 2018 6:38 AM
Updated: Dec. 12, 2018 7:29 AM

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around the region. most of the rain and snow will be out of here by morning. a few lingering snow showers or flurries are possible along the cascades. we could also see some areas of fog in our westside valleys. otherwise, expect a mix of sunshine and clouds for your wednesday with highs climbing into the 40s and 50s west of the cascades mild, dry and warmer under partly cloudy skies. however, in the morning, fog and freezing fog will likely bring scattered rain and snow on friday. snow levels look to be lower with this sytem, around 3,500' or so throughout the day. we'll advisory has been issued for the oregon coast through 4 am saturday. a powerful northwest swell will create breakers up to 24 feet along the coast with an increased chance of sneaker waves. use caution along our area beaches. these storms will continue to be quick-moving. some of us will catch a bit of a break on saturday before more rain and snow sunday are re-doubling their efforts to find three people inside an abandoned coal mine. abc's janai norman has the details in today's gma first look. gma first look time is some of us will catch a bit officials in west virginia are re-doubling their efforts to find
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