PORTLAND, Ore. — Rain will pick up overnight and be heavy at times, then turns to showers during the day Saturday. A few random t-storms are also possible, but showers should taper off a bit in the afternoon.
Winds will be blustery with gusts of about 30 mph in the valleys, and 45 mph at the coast and in the Cascades.
A Winter Storm Warning is up in the Cascades for up to two feet of snow above 5500 feet. The passes will remain mainly just wet.
Another cold front pushes inland Sunday, bringing more steady rain. It turns to showers Sunday afternoon, with another 3 to 7 inches of snow falling the Cascades down to 4,500 feet.
Showers and sunbreaks continue Monday and finally end late Tuesday.
After that, it looks like warmer and dry weather will set in through the rest of next week.
Have a great weekend.
KGW Chief Meteorologist
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