Freezing Rain on Christmas: As we go closer and closer to Christmas Day, the National Weather Service anticipates that tonight will bring a wintry combination of snow and freezing rain.
The Mountains Will Have Heavy Snowfall on Tuesday and Freezing Rain on Christmas
SE This evening, a Pacific storm that has been sending wave after wave of moisture and precipitation is predicted to bring the possibility of freezing rain to parts of Oregon and southwest Idaho. A winter weather advisory is still in force until tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. for regions of eastern Oregon and southwest Idaho. By tomorrow, high temperatures are forecast to reach the 30s. In the event that it does snow tomorrow, most of it is likely going to evaporate by the afternoon due to the milder conditions that are expected later in the day.
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On Tuesday, wet and snowy conditions of significant magnitude are forecast for the West Central Mountains. Above 6000 feet, there is likely to be between 1 and 2 feet of snow. The rapid rising of streams and rivers may be caused by significant precipitation.
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The National Weather Service in Boise, Idaho, has released a graphic that illustrates the threat levels and the weather that is forecast in the following areas:
As of 8 o’clock this evening, the Treasure Valley has begun to experience a period of freezing rain.
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