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- East Slopes of the Oregon Cascades; Ochoco-John Day Highlands; Southern Blue Mountains of Oregon county in Oregon
- 01:00AM (CDT) Expired
- S @ 0mph
...FIRST SIGNIFICANT MOUNTAIN SNOWFALL OF THE SEASON... .A cold northwest flow with abundant moisture will bring snow levels down from 4500 feet today to around 3000 feet Friday. This will produce the first significant snowfall on roads over the eastern mountains of Oregon which will impact travel. ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 11 PM PDT FRIDAY... * WHAT...Snow expected above 3500 feet. Total snow accumulations along the east slopes of the cascades of 4 to 8 inches Total snow accumulations for the southern Blue mountains and John Day Highlands of 2 to 4 inches between 3500 and 4500 feet and 3 to 7 inches above 4500 feet. * WHERE...Southern Blue Mountains of Oregon and Ochoco-John Day Highlands including Long Creek, Brothers, Paulina, Prairie City, and Seneca. East Slopes of the Oregon Cascades including the cities of Camp Sherman, La Pine, and Sunriver. * WHEN...Noon today to 11 PM Friday. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Roads are likely to become snow packed especially in the overnight periods. Snow level will be 4500 feet today lowering to around 3000 feet late Friday. Look for significant reductions in visibility at times.