Here comes the deep snow again!

A storm system will drop into Oregon from the northwest on Thursday bringing heavy snow. Steady snow will increase during the day with 12-18 inches of new snow likely by the time the storm dies out Friday morning.

The snow level will lower to 2,000 feet later Thursday, so the snow will not be too wet or thick.

While Thursday will be increasingly snowy, Friday is likely to be the bigger powder day, as significant new snow is expected Thursday afternoon and evening. (Night skiing Thursday night should be EXCELLENT!)

In this weather pattern, the heaviest snow will be in the north Oregon Cascades (Mount Hood area) and also the Blue Mountains in northeastern Oregon. But central and southern Oregon will get their share as well – just not quite as much as the northern and eastern areas.

Enjoy!

Drew

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