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Cold Air Adds Mountain Snow To The Mix

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Justin’s Tuesday Night Forecast Discussion: 

Lots of  flooding concerns overnight into Tuesday as many areas saw more than 2 inches of rain in less than 24 hours. For the latest on which river gauges are close to or over their flood stage, click here to access the  river section on the National Weather Service office: River Flooding   The main rivers near or at flood stage are: Mary’s at Philomath, and the Coquille at Coquille.

Another wave of rain is expected overnight into the pre-dawn hours of Wednesday. Most spots should see an additional .25″-.50″ of rain. Not enough to worry for additional flooding besides storm drains stuffed with leaves around town. But still, expect a soggy start especially if you’re headed out for the Thanksgiving travel.

Also, tomorrow, the cold air arrives dropping snow levels below the Passes. So travelers headed into or out of Central Oregon should be ready to see up to 3-5 inches of snow and even higher amounts at the ski resort levels. Winter Weather Advisories have been set up through 4pm for the Lane County Cascades.

The good news is Thursday should stay dry in between systems, with some possible sun breaks in the afternoon. Black Friday shoppers may also see a dry forecast for the early morning hours, with scattered showers returning later in the day. Early peeks at the weekend show some showers also in time for the Civil War at Reser stadium on Saturday.

Have a great Tuesday!  If you have any weather pics of flooding in your area, load them up on our Facebook page: KEZI 9

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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