2/23 forecast

Posted by
Temira
Date
 February 23, 2011
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Good morning!

This is a quick forecast this morning. Maybe more to come later.

Today looks cold and snowy and windy on Mt. Hood. Light flurries fall through 7am, becoming moderate after that for the rest of the day. The snow level will be at 1000’. Winds today will be W 30-40 early, falling to W 20-30 by 4pm and holding overnight. Total accumulation 4am today through 4am tomorrow will be 1-1.5” water value for 12-14” of new snow.

Moderate snowfall continues through 7am tomorrow, becoming light during the day and picking up again between 4pm and 10pm. Winds tommorow will be W 20-30 to start, becoming light and variable by 1pm, and switching to E 10-15 by 7pm. Total accumulation tomrorow will be around .5” water value for 4-6” of new snow.

Friday looks dry and cold with a few lingering clouds in the morning. Winds will be E 10-15 early, going to NE 15-20 late in the day.

Saturday starts off sunny and cold, with clouds moving in early afternoon. Winds will be light to start, at W 5-10, building to WNW 30-35 by 4pm, and going to WNW 40 by 7pm. Snow starts falling around 7pm, continuing through 10am Sunday for 4-5” of new.

Sweet. I’m outa here.

Have an awesome day.
Temira

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