Thursday, December 5th, 6:30 PM.
A few flurries for the Portland Metro area, with accumulating snow south and west!
**Winter Storm Warning tonight for the central coast and southern Willamette Valley**
**Winter Weather Advisory for the north coast, Cascade foothills, and central Willamette Valley**
A weather system tumbling down the Oregon Coast will bring snow to parts of Oregon overnight, but the track is too far south to give us any accumulating snow in Portland.
With mostly cloudy skies it won't be quite as cold overnight as last night, but still very chilly with lows in 20s. With the cold air in place, any moisure is going to fall as snow starting late tonight. For the Portland Metro area, we are not expecting accumulating snow, but a few flurries are possible into tomorrow.
Accumulating snow is possible south of Portland starting in the very early morning hours of Friday. Driving conditions may deteriorate for the I-5 corridor south of Salem as well as toward the coast tomorrow with one to two inches of snow possible south of Salem and out toward the Oregon Coast. The south end of the Willamette Valley including Eugene will see the vast majority of this storm with 2-4" accumulation possible by tomorrow afternoon.
Tonight - 24
Tomorrow - 31
Meteorologist Nick O'Kelly