North Oregon Coast

 Special Statement  Statement as of 4:33 am PDT on April 1, 2015

... Isolated thunderstorms... small hail... and locally heavy rain
possible again today...

An unsettled weather pattern will once again bring the potential
for a few heavy rain and small hail showers to develop across
southwest Washington and northwest Oregon today. The cool and
unstable environment may also allow some isolated thunderstorms
to develop this afternoon and evening.

Heavier showers yesterday produced localized issues with ponding
of water on roadways... as well as some localized accumulation of
small hail. Similar issues will probably occur today... but again
they will be fairly localized to stronger showers.

While most locations will just experience occasional showers...
drivers should be aware of the potential for rapidly changing
conditions especially this afternoon. Ponding of water in heavier
showers may cause fast moving vehicles to hydroplane. Small hail
may briefly accumulate on roadways... making roadways locally

Stay informed of the latest weather information by visiting our
web site at www.Weather.Gov/Portland... or by checking your
favorite media source or weather smart phone application.

 Public Information Statement  Statement as of 6:22 am PDT on April 1, 2015

... Snowfall totals since Tuesday for the Cascades...

A cool and unsettled weather pattern has brought numerous snow
showers to the Cascades since Tuesday morning. Accumulations have
been rather hit and miss... varying greatly depending on where
showers have lined up the past 24 hours. A similar pattern will
continue through this evening before snow showers taper off.
Additional snow is possible later Friday and into this weekend.

Below are estimated snowfall totals for the Cascades since early
Tuesday morning...

Location 24 hr amount time/date source

... South Washington Cascades...

Surprise Lakes (4250 ft) 5.0 in 0500 am 04/01 snotel
Potato Hill (4500 ft) 5.0 in 0500 am 04/01 snotel
Sheep Canyon (4030 ft) 3.0 in 0500 am 04/01 snotel

... Northern Oregon Cascades...

Tombstone Summit (4236 ft) 11.0 in 0355 am 04/01 odot
Mt Hood Meadows (5249 ft) 10.0 in 0500 am 04/01 nwac
Timberline Lodge (6000 ft) 10.0 in 0500 am 04/01 nwac
Santiam Pass (4817 ft) 9.0 in 0357 am 04/01 odot
santiam jct (3750 ft) 6.0 in 0356 am 04/01 odot
blazed Alder (3650 ft) 5.0 in 0500 am 04/01 snotel
White River (3700 ft) 4.0 in 0336 am 04/01 odot
Government Camp (3995 ft) 2.0 in 0336 am 04/01 odot

... Lane County Cascades...

Irish Taylor (5500 ft) 7.0 in 0500 am 04/01 snotel
McKenzie (4800 ft) 6.0 in 0500 am 04/01 snotel
Willamette Pass (5126 ft) 2.0 in 0356 am 04/01 odot

Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposure. Not all data listed are considered official.

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