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WINTER DRIVING SEASON HAS BEGUN IN OREGON AND CALIFORNIA. AS OF NOVEMBER 1ST, CHAIN CARRY LAWS ARE IN EFFECT REGARDLESS OF IF THERE IS SNOW OR NOT. SNOW ZONES ARE POSTED THROUGHOUT OREGON AND CALIFORNIA. FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF AS TO WHAT THE CHAIN LAWS ARE.
STUDDED TIRES LEGAL FOR USE IN BOTH OREGON AND CALIFORNIA.
WEATHER FORECAST INFORMATION FOR THE PASSES FOR 11/30:
Wind Advisory in effect for Klamath, Lake, and Modoc Counties. Click here for more information.
Mostly to partly sunny for all areas with a chance for rain and snow in the morning west of the Cascades. A chance for rain and snow all day for the Cascades, the Siskiyous, in Western and Southern Deschutes County, and Klamath County. Snow levels will be above 3000 feet in the morning rising to 4000 to 5500 feet by the afternoon. 1 to 3 inches of snow is expected for Western and Southern Deschutes County, Northern Klamath County, and for the Cascades from Highway 140 north. An inch or less of snow is expected south of Highway 140 above 4000 feet. Expect breezy to windy conditions in the mountains above 4000 feet, and areas east of the Cascades. Sustained winds of 20 to 30 miles an hour with gusts to 50 miles an hour are likely, especially east of the Cascades. Highs will be near 30 to near 40 for the mountains, and near 40 to the upper 40s east of the Cascades.
Becoming partly cloudy for all areas with a slight chance for rain and snow before 10 pm for the Cascades, the Siskiyous, in Western and Southern Deschutes County, and Klamath County. Snow levels will be 4000 to 5500 feet lowering to 3000 to 4000 feet. Areas of fog/freezing fog, and low clouds developing west of the Cascades early Tuesday morning. Lows will be in the upper teens to the upper 20s for the mountains and low teens to the mid 20s east of the Cascades.
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