Snow hits at 300'; stronger storm moves in Wednesday

KGW evening forecast 12-5-16

PORTLAND, Ore. – A few snowflakes made their way into the valley Monday, but for the most part Portland didn't see any accumulation, said KGW meteorologist Rod Hill.

"The chance of wintry weather in spots will continue tonight and possibly into early Tuesday morning," said Hill.

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Dry weather should return Tuesday after a slight chance of early snow.  

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After the snow event blows over, a much stronger storm could move into the area Wednesday night into Thursday morning, according to Chief Meteorologist Matt Zaffino. The storm could produce snow, ice and wind.

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Then snow levels will rise again Friday as all gets back to normal, with mild temps in the mid- to upper-40s. 

The good news after all is said and done: The mountains should get several feet of snow this week, especially Thursday into Friday.

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