A cool Thursday with solar breaks and a slight probability of getting moist. General, a quiet day is predicted with an growing probability of sunshine showers this night and in a single day. Friday will see thicker cloud cowl with principally mild showers.
All eyes are on a Saturday chilly entrance and the opening for the coldest air of the winter season thus far, arriving behind that entrance Sunday and Monday. Saturday will see possible rain at occasions with snow ranges falling from 5,000′ to three,500 ft by late day. Snow ranges proceed to drop Sunday, decreasing under 1,000 ft and bringing the potential for a snow – rain combine to the valley flooring. Areas close to 500′ might see Sunday accumulations. The perfect probability of overlaying the bottom in white arrives Sunday in a single day. Downtown Portland may get up to at the least some snow on the bottom Monday morning.
All the chilly air will deliver recent snow to Mt Hood resorts this weekend.
Meteorologist Rod Hill, comply with me @
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