2/18 Forecast

Posted by
Temira
Date
 February 18, 2011
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Good morning!

The Moth Radio Hour live in Portland was pretty much awesome last night.

Today’s mountain weather forecast is short of amazing, but it’s not bad by any means. We’ll see another nice day today, with partly cloudy skies to start and increasing clouds later, with a few scattered snow flurries. Total accumulation will be less than 1” with snow levels at 1000’ or less. Winds today will start at W 5-15, going to light and variable later.

Tomorrow looks partly cloudy to sunny and cold, with the free air freezing level around 500’. Winds tomorrow will be E 15-25 early, fading to E 10-15 by 4pm. No snow accumulation is expected.

Sunday starts off partly cloudy, quickly becoming cloudy with snow flurries starting around 1pm. Total accumulation will be .25” of water value or less, for 1-2” of new between 1pm and 4am Monday. Winds Sunday will be W 15-20 all day.

Monday looks relatively dry, with mostly cloudy skies and occasional snow flurries and light wind.

The next significant snow event should start Tuesday afternoon, continuing into Wednesday.

Don’t forget about the fundraiser at Everybody’s Brewing on Sunday night starting at 6pm. The Meadows avy dogs need your help. Come drink beer and get in on the raffle for some awesome prizes, including a season pass to Mt. Hood Meadows!

Have an awesome day today!

Temira

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