The National Weather Service has issued another round of Winter Weather Advisories for the entire Washington and Oregon Cascade mountains with some areas expected to receive as much as 16″ by tomorrow. NWS also issued Winter Weather Watches for the North and Central Rockies for Mon.-Tues. with the possibility of as much 18″ in places. Here’s a summary of what’s forecast for the Cascades:
-WEST SLOPES CENTRAL CASCADES AND PASSES: 6-10″ by Sun. afternoon with highest amounts on Mt. Rainier. Snow level: around 3500′.
-EAST SLOPES NORTHERN CASCADES INCL. BLEWETT PASS, LOUP LOUP PASS: 2-5″ by Sun. afternoon with highest amounts south of Lk. Chelan, Blewett & Stevens Passes. Snow level: around 3000′.
-NORTHERN OREGON CASCADES-CASCADES IN LANE COUNTY-SOUTH WASHINGTON CASCADES INCL. MOUNT ST. HELENS: 5-11″ by Sun. night. Snow level near 4000′ through Sun. morning dropping to 2000-3000′ Sun.-Sunday evening.
-SOUTH CENTRAL OREGON CASCADES-SISKIYOU MOUNTAINS AND SOUTHERN OREGON CASCADES INCL CRATER LAKE, DIAMOND LAKE: 8-16″ by Mon. morning. Snow level above 5000′.
falling to near 4000′ late Sun. afternoon & evening.