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000 NOUS46 KPQR 020148 PNSPQR Public Information Statement National Weather Service Portland OR 548 PM PST Sat Dec 1 2018 ...SNOWFALL TOTALS SINCE FRIDAY MORNING... Cool, moist onshore flow and weak low pressure systems brought some snow to the higher elevations of the Cascades Friday through Saturday. Accumulating snow was generally confined to elevations above 3000 ft, with the greatest accumulations generally above 3500 to 4000 ft in elevation. Below are some snowfall reports, gathered from SNOTEL sites across Southwest Washington and Northwest Oregon. Location Amount Elevation ----------------------------------------------------------- ...Lane County Cascades... Cascade Summit SNOTEL 12 in 5100 ft McKenzie SNOTEL 12 in 4770 ft Roaring River SNOTEL 11 in 4950 ft Holland Meadows SNOTEL 10 in 4930 ft Salt Creek Falls SNOTEL 8 in 4220 ft ...North Oregon Cascades... Bear Grass SNOTEL 11 in 4720 ft Little Meadows SNOTEL 10 in 4020 ft Timberline Lodge 7 in 5880 ft Santiam Pass 6 in 4800 ft Red Hill SNOTEL 5 in 4410 ft Santiam Junction 5 in 3740 ft Mud Ridge SNOTEL 4 in 4070 ft Mt Hood Meadows Base 4 in 5380 ft Mt Hood Ski Bowl 3 in 5010 ft ...South Washington Cascades... June Lake SNOTEL 9 in 3440 ft Swift Creek SNOTEL 8 in 4440 ft Sheep Canyon SNOTEL 8 in 3990 ft Spencer Meadow SNOTEL 3 in 3400 ft Pinto Rock SNOTEL 3 in 4440 ft ...North Oregon Coast Range... Saddle Mtn SNOTEL 2 in 3110 ft $$ Weagle

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