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Monday brings dry and cloudy conditions

Cascade snow levels dip to 3,500 with decent snow likely at the resorts.

PORTLAND, Ore — Expect on & off rain for Sunday, with Portland topping out in the upper 40s. Although the steadiest, heaviest rain likely occurs this morning, numerous showers will keep us wet well into this afternoon. 

Cascade snow levels dip to about 3,500 feet today. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect there through 4 A.M. Monday for an additional 5-12", on top of what's already fallen. Passes have already become at least partially snow covered this morning, and will be more so later today.

Credit: KGW

Travel on I-84 through the Blue Mountains will be tough today, with Winter Storm Conditions expected above 3,500'.


Monday will be mostly cloudy. While a stray shower cannot be ruled out, it looks like a mostly dry day, with highs in the upper 40s. Our next weather maker rolls in Monday night and Tuesday with widespread rain and mountain snow.

That precipitation winds down early Wednesday leaving us with a few dry days to close out next week.

The 7-day outlook suggests dry weather may hold through next weekend, through confidence is not high in that just yet.

Have a great work week everyone, 

Daisy Caballero 

KGW Weather Forecaster 

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