The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Oregon. It is in effect from 10:00am Wednesday Morning – 10:00pm Wednesday Night. This storm has the potential to bring heavy snowfall, as snowfall rates of up to 4″ per hour are possible.
6-10″ of Snow, With Up To 14″ Throughout The Day Wednesday In Oregon.
NOAA Has Issued A Winter Storm Watch For:
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Snow levels are expected to hover around 5,500ft throughout the storm, but snow levels could drop on Thursday when post-frontal air arrives.
Additional Storm Info:
Oregon: 6-10″ of Snow, With Up To 14″ Throughout The Day Wednesday
* Total snow accumulations of 6 to 10 inches, with localized amounts up to 14 inches, are possible. - NOAA Medford, OR
OR Winter Storm Watch:
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service Medford OR 354 AM PST Tue Nov 14 2017 ...Heavy snow possible above 5500 feet Wednesday... .A strong frontal system is expected to bring heavy snow to the Cascades and Siskiyous above 5500 feet on Wednesday. Low pressure moving along the front as it arrives may enhance snowfall near the low and lessen snow elsewhere. Thus, while there is the potential for significant snowfall on Wednesday, especially as the front and associated low pressure passes, the exact amounts are uncertain. A period of heavy snow is also possible behind the front on Thursday as colder air arrives and snow levels fall. South Central Oregon Cascades- Including the city of Crater Lake 354 AM PST Tue Nov 14 2017 ...WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM WEDNESDAY MORNING THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING ABOVE 5500 FEET... * WHAT...Heavy snow possible. Plan on difficult travel conditions, including during the evening commute on Wednesday. Tree branches could fall as well. Total snow accumulations of 6 to 10 inches, with localized amounts up to 14 inches, are possible. * WHERE...South Central Oregon Cascades. This includes Crater Lake National Park. * WHEN...From Wednesday morning through Wednesday evening. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Significant reductions in visibility are possible. Snowfall rates may be briefly high, up to 4 inches per hour, as the front passes Wednesday afternoon.