Clouds breaking up tonight and flurries coming to an end in the Cascades. Tonight and tomorrow morning, we will experience the coldest temperatures we've had so far this winter. We will be monitoring the plummeting temperatures carefully as record lows may be broken. Black ice will be a concern overnight and tomorrow morning with lows dipping down into the upper 10's west of the Cascades, and single digits, if not below zero, for tomorrow morning east of the Cascades.
A FREEZE WARNING is in effect for the Curry County coast from 12 AM to 9 AM Tuesday where sub-freezing temperatures are likely overnight as well.
Conditions will remain mostly dry for Tuesday morning and afternoon before another disturbance moves in Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning. A few afternoon or evening rain showers are possible along the coast. As that system moves in tomorrow night, snow levels will be very low. Possibly as low as 500 feet as the precipitaiton moves in, so most areas should expect snow. Some minor accumulations of less than 1" are possible in the valleys with 1-2" possible in the higher elevations. It'll be enough though to make for a messy Wednesday morning commute. This will be quick moving system with snow ending by middle to late morning.
We'll also be tracking some more potent storm systems for this upcoming weekend that will bring more rain snow to our region.
Watch NewsWatch 12 for the latest forecast and check back here with the StormWatch 12 weather team for updates.