Stormy Weather Expected For Thanksgiving

Posted on November 20, 2018

The National Weather Service reports the high pressure that has blocked storms from entering Oregon is moving east and will leave the door open for storms beginning tomorrow. The first front will move into the area tomorrow, and another stronger front will move into the area on Thanksgiving. It will bring rain and gusty winds to the coast and snow to the cascades. Cooler weather will continue into the weekend with a possibility of slightly dryer weather. Wet weather is expected again next week. snow levels should lower to a the passes Thanksgiving day with one to three inches, but heavier snow will fall higher up and at the ski areas.

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