Coast Expecting Snow, Snow And Strong Winds Coming For Much Of Oregon

There are currently 13 winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories active in Oregon for November 30th, 2022 to December 1st, 2022. 

Tuesday night into Wednesday morning Hood River got up to 5 inches of new snow according to KGW.

This is just the beginning of heavy snow and high winds this week for much of Oregon, including several areas of the Oregon coast.

There are currently 13 winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories active in Oregon for November 30th, 2022 to December 1st, 2022.  Check out the list below to see if your area will be affected by a storm Wednesday into Thursday:

  • Northern Blue Mountains of Oregon.  Warning in effect until 4 PM Thursday.  Travel will be difficult to impossible with patchy blowing snow and reduced visibility.
    • Heavy snow from 6-12 inches with winds as high as 45 miles per hour.
      • Southern Blue Mountains of Oregon.  Warning in effect until 4 PM Thursday.  Slippery road conditions.  Mixed precipitation with snow up to 6 inches, ice, and winds as high as 40 miles per hour.
  • East slopes of the Oregon Cascades.  Warning in effect until 4 pm Thursday.  Travel will be difficult to impossible with blowing snow and reduced visibility.
    • Heavy mixed precipitation with snow from 12-24 inches near the crest, along with ice and winds up to 45 miles per hour.
  • Northern Oregon Cascade foothills and Cascade foothills in Lane county.  Travel could be difficult.  Warning in effect until 5 PM Thursday.
    • Snow from 4-10 inches above 1,500 feet.  Snow level will drop to 1,000 feet Wednesday night with additional snow Thursday.

It’s best not to travel during these winter storm conditions.  If you must travel, be sure to keep food, water, blankets and a flashlight in your car.  Follow all road signage that requires snow tires or chains.

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