An area of low pressure moving through the region will bring the potential for heavy snow to the Northern Rockies and Cascades Thursday and Friday. This will be the first significant snowfall for the higher elevations of northeast Oregon and southeast Washington of the season.
Snowfall accumulation will be above 3500 feet with the heaviest snowfall Thursday afternoon through Friday morning. Winter weather advisories are spread out through Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
A winter weather advisory means that snowfall will likely impact road conditions and make travel difficult. Snow covered roads and low visibility will all be possible, so you will want to use caution while driving in these areas under the advisory.
Here is a look at some of the snowfall potential for this region through the weekend.
Not only did Washington DC set a rain record on Tuesday, it got almost all of this rain (2.63") in a single hour.… https://t.co/dXgLwra54r3 hours ago by WeatherNation
Normally you don't need your umbrella indoors but today, this was not the case. Heavy rainfall struck DC earlier to… https://t.co/IzbpmkPklE4 hours ago by WeatherNation
More severe storms are possible on Wednesday across the heartland. Damaging hail & strong winds will be the main ha… https://t.co/B4LjQji9id5 hours ago by WeatherNation
SCARY SITUATION! The NYC metro area saw some significant flooding of roadways. This driver was stuck along a floode… https://t.co/KQu6hRlhU27 hours ago by WeatherNation
Storms rumbling through the Northeast this evening made for quite the washout for many area roads in major metro ci… https://t.co/7YwFXezCCK9 hours ago by WeatherNation
Its a soggy commute home for many New Yorkers this evening. Flash flooding threat remains for many cities along the… https://t.co/DxAm4OOg9r10 hours ago by WeatherNation