Lowering Snow Levels

Cold air moves in and so does the snow.

Posted: Sun Feb 18 09:31:06 PST 2018
Updated: Sun Feb 18 09:31:06 PST 2018

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a vigorous cold front continues to dig into southern oregon and northern california. current radar and satellite observations are showing bands of precipitation focused over the cascades and siskiyous. other observations are showing rain in the low elevations and snow in the steady throughout the day. in the afternoon, the precipitation will become more showery in nature, and a heavier shower could lower snow levels up to a 1000 sets, the snow levels will quickly crash to the valley floors and even to the beaches. while this happens, high resolution models are suggesting a weak disturbance passing through which could create a few additional heavy showers which could create some accumulating snow at the valley floors. that's a look at what you can expect for the week ahead.= thanks, anne. [g4]wuaw sportsmans show-intro wake up and win with newswatch 12 this morning! each day next
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