VIDEO FORECAST: Falling Snow Levels Tonight

Snow levels will drop tonight as widespread rain and snow moves into the region. More rounds of wintry weather is expected through the weekend with low elevation snow.

Posted: Feb. 14, 2019 4:56 PM
Updated: Feb. 14, 2019 4:56 PM

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afternoon and evening down to nearly 2,000'. plan now for so very messy travel conditions this evening and tonight. a winter storm warning has been issued for western and southern siskiyou county above 3,000' where upwards of 1-2' of snow is expected and for elevatons above 1,500' surrounding the illinois valley in curry & josephine co. where 8-16" of snow is expected from 4 pm this afternoon to 10 am pm this afternoon until 10 am saturday with 3-6"; for the cascades and siskyous until 4 pm saturday, including the siskiyou summit, hwy 140 at lake of the woods and crater lake, where 10-20" of snow is expected; for klamath and lake counties from 4 pm this afternoon until 10 am friday where 2-4" of snow is expected; and in sisyou county for elevations between 1,500' to 3,000' from 4 pm this afternoon until 10 am saturday where 6-12" of snow is expected. snow totals are totals between now and through saturday. tonight: rounds of snow and rain will continue throughout tonight and into tomorrow morning. snow levels fall to nearly 1,000' by friday morning. look for overnight lows to drop into the mid 20s in the cascades and klamath basin, lower 30s in the rogue valley and northern california, and in morning with colder temperatures, low snow levels, and more rounds of snow throughout the weekend. new at 4 - a recent abduction attempt at a eugene park has a
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