Winter Weather and Flooding Advisory Update


– North and Central Cascades including Lane County Cascades

– In effect Now through 12a Saturday

– Snow levels have dropped between 5,000 and 4,000 feet this morning and will drop to 3000 feet late Friday afternoon, between 2500-2000 feet overnight

– Snow Accumulations: 12-18 inches, with 2 to 3 feet above 6,000 or 7,000 feet.



– Cascade Foothills and Coast Range

– In effect from 10a Friday through 12a Saturday

– Snow levels drop to near 2000 feet late Friday afternoon overnight into Saturday a few spots may see levels drop to around 1500 feet.

– Snow Accumulations: 3-6 inches (overnight mainly)


Travelers headed over the Passes late Friday or Saturday will see winter driving conditions, be prepared to take extra travel time and winter provisions.


We also have a ton of moisture out there. That’s why we’ve seen Flood Warnings for the Siuslaw River near Mapleton in Lane County, and Flood Watches for the North Cascade Foothills, Coast Range, and North and Central Coastal areas. While some of these advisories are set to disappear early in the day, there will still be some minor flooding that is just below warning criteria.


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