Most of Oregon gets snow for the holiday weekend, more is expected
Western Oregon got its snow, a day after Christmas. And it’s likely to stick around for the next few days. Colder temperatures are coming at night and so road conditions may be icy Monday morning. Daniel Hartsock is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Portland
He said the South Willamette Valley got three to seven inches of snow as of Sunday afternoon. With more likely overnight. Hartsock said most of Monday should be dry, but cold.
“There’s another system that’s going to drop down with another chance of snow showers late Monday night into Tuesday morning,” he said. “So that could bring another, not sure exactly how much yet, but possible for another couple inches of snow.”
Hartsock said Oregon and Washington are getting cold air from Canada.
“So we’re getting a lot of cold air from Canada that’s sitting over us and it’s pretty much going to stay there for the next few days,” he said.
There was even snow on the coast, which led to the cancellation of a vaccine clinic in Newport Sunday.
Egan Warming Center Activates
Egan Warming Center in Eugene and Springfield opened Sunday night and they will activate Monday They’re on standby for Tuesday and Wednesday. They are in need of trained volunteers. More information at EganWarmingCenter.com.
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Springfield: Springfield Memorial Building, 765 A Street in Downtown Springfield. Site opens at 6pm. Accessible Site, Pets welcome. Use the entrance on 8th Street.
Youth Site at First United Methodist Church, 1376 Olive St in Eugene. Site opens at 6pm. Accessible Site, Pets welcome.
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