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Today’s Mt. Hood weather contains clouds, with a chance of a few flurries, mist or sprinkles during the day, with a more significant chance of a mix of flurries and sprinkles after 5pm. The snow level will be 5500-6000′. Total accumulation overnight will be .1-.2” water value at most, for a trace of new snow. Wind will be S 10-15.
Tomorrow looks similar, with occasional light flurries / drizzle for no significant accumulation. The snow level will be 5500-6000′. Wind will be S 10-15.
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Friday starts partly cloudy, becoming sunny in the afternoon. The free air freezing level will be 6000′, and wind will be WSW 10-15.
Saturday and Sunday look clear, sunny, and very warm, with the freezing level rising to 11,000 and temps at 5000′ approaching 50 degrees. Wind looks to be light and variable.
In Gorge weather, it’s going to be glorious. Today will be partly to mostly cloudy (or high overcast), with temps in the low 40’s early and low 60’s this afternoon with light east wind. Tomorrow looks exactly the same as today. Friday starts off partly cloudy with temps in the mid-40’s early, rising to the mid-60’s in the afternoon under sunny skies. Light wind Friday. Saturday and Sunday look warm and sunny with temps nearing 70 degrees in the afternoon.
Have an awesome day today!