PORTLAND, Ore. – A part of the Portland metro space woke as much as a Valentine’s Day shock of snow Wednesday morning. Up within the mountains, Mount Hood Meadows acquired a foot of powder.
And though FuFu, the hedgehog on the Oregon Zoo, just lately predicted an early spring, the metro space could also be in for extra snow this weekend. Particularly, Sunday night time into Monday morning.
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KGW chief meteorologist Matt Zaffino stated temperatures will drop Sunday night time as a chilly entrance arrives. What’s nonetheless unsure is that if precipitation might be falling when that drop in temperature happens.
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The moisture might be the distinction between no snow or four inches of snow within the valley.
“The most effective case state of affairs when it comes to low or no impression for the valleys is that the rain showers on Sunday taper off, after which it will get chilly and we don’t find yourself with any snow in any respect,” Zaffino stated.
Alternatively, if the chilly entrance and moisture sync up, the valley might see as much as 4 inches of snow.
As of Wednesday, Zaffino stated the most probably consequence is rain turns into snow showers they usually valley sees someplace between a hint and ½ inch of snow.
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However, as Zaffino factors out, there’s loads of time between now and Sunday.
“There’s nonetheless a number of uncertainty round this,” he stated.
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