A storm system will move over the Southwest and Four Corners region bringing rain, isolated thunderstorms, and mountain snow, before moving into the Central U.S. and parts of the East Friday through the weekend with rain, thunderstorms and a narrow streak of heavy snow. Active Advisories: Oregon, California, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico
Dense Fog Advisory
DENSE FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 10 AM PST THIS MORNING
- Visibility a quarter mile or less in dense fog.
Central Douglas County; Eastern Curry County and Josephine County; Jackson County, Central Willamette Valley; Greater Portland Metro Area; Lower Columbia; South Willamette Valley
Hazardous driving conditions due to low visibility
The fog could be freezing fog in some colder outlyingareas leading to frost accumulation on walkways and roadways.
Freezing Fog Advisory
FREEZING FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 10 AM PST THIS MORNING.
Visibility around a quarter of a mile in freezing fog
Portions of the Shasta, Scott, and Klamath River valleys in western Siskiyou County and Central Siskiyou County including portions of Interstate 5 at and near Montague.
Hazardous driving conditions due to light frost accumulation on walkways and roadways
Winter Weather Advisory
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 10 PM FRIDAY TO 10 PM PST SATURDAY
- Snow expected. Snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches expected in the valleys, and possibly 3 to 5 inches at the 6000 foot level.
- Portions of eastern, north central, northeast, northwest and south central Nevada
Most areas will receive some snowfall with lighter amounts expected across northern Nye County and the Wendover area.
Highway summits could be on the cusp of receiving up to 5 inches of snow over the course of this storm
Austin Summit, Emigrant Pass, and the Pequops where snow totals will be in the higher range and gusty winds could impair visibility.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY
- Snow moderate to heavy at times. Total snow accumulations of 4 to 8 inches with up to 12 inches from near Wolf Creek Pass southward.
Heaviest snow rates expected this evening through the early morning hours Friday
Hazardous travel conditions can be expected with slippery and snow packed roads.
Winter Weather Advisory
ACCUMULATING SNOW EXPECTED THURSDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH FRIDAY EVENING.
Two storm systems will cross New Mexico today through Friday night bringing colder temperatures and accumulating snowfall.
- The greatest snowfall accumulations will be focused across the higher terrain, but lower elevations of western and northern New Mexico could also experience winter weather impacts
- Total snow accumulations of 4 to 8 inches, 10 to 12 in higher elevations
IMPACTS...Plan on slippery road conditions
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