Likely showers continue on this Friday with coast and valley highs warming into the 40s. An unstable atmosphere will lead to possible hail, thunder and spotty downpours. Snow levels will hold between 1,500 and 2,000 feet (except the gorge) but could lower closer to 1,00 feet Saturday, which would bring snow showers to high passes of the Coast Range. The gorge will see a mix of rain and snow showers today with little accumulation. Mt. Hood will see up to 4" of new snow showers.
Similar weather pattern Saturday, but I do expect showers for the valley to end by sunrise Sunday morning, setting up a dry finish to our weekend and a dry, partly to mostly sunny President's Day.
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