Weather Service Warns Of Storms At High Elevations

Weather Service Warns Of Storms At High Elevations

Oregon Public Broadcasting

The National Weather Service has issued winter storm warnings and weather advisories for much of high-elevation Oregon.



Deadman's Pass, near Pendleton.

Winter storm warnings are in effect until Tuesday night or early Wednesday in the Blue Mountains, the east slopes of the Cascades, the Ochoco-John Day Highlands, John Day Basin, Wallowa County, the Grande Ronde Valley and northern Oregon Cascades. A National Weather Service warning means that weather conditions are extreme and people should take care to protect themselves and their property.

A winter weather advisory, which is less extreme, is in effect in the Siskyou Mountains and the Cascades in Lane County and southern and south-central Oregon.

A flood advisory was issued earlier in the day for Clackamas and Multnomah counties. It was scheduled to expire at noon.

This story originally appeared on Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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