Rain & Mountain Snow Still Coming

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Justin’s Tuesday Night Forecast Discussion: 

Showers will continue into the overnight hours but the heavy rain will start to taper off after midnight. The cold air will continue to spill in so lows will likely fall into the mid 30s and snow lines still holding around 2500 feet. An additional 3-5 inches will fall in the Cascades by morning.

We’ll hang onto scattered showers for Wednesday and snow levels will stay near 2500 feet. There may be a sun break or two but all showers will be hit and miss with some good breaks in between.  Showers break up for Thursday morning but another wave of rain is coming for Thursday afternoon/evening through Friday morning. Highs will stay cool in the mid to low 40s. Mountains will also receive some additional inches of snow from the higher foothills up to the ski resorts.

There’s another strong storm in the wings for Saturday and most of the weekend. The cold air in place will keep snow lines at around 3000 feet so plenty of new snow for the ski resorts and a soggy weekend for just about everyone else.

Have a great Wednesday!

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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