PORTLAND – After record lows chilled Portland Wednesday morning, the metro area may see even chillier temperatures Thursday morning as a bitter cold snap continues.
Lows may be in the teens in several locations as clear days continue. Clouds are expected to move in late in the day, according to KGW Chief Meteorologist Matt Zaffino.
The weak storm may bring flurries to the north part of the Willamette Valley with an inch or two in Eugene and 4 to 6 inches dumping from Roseburg south, Zaffino said.
The coldest temperatures of this snap will come this weekend, and valley lows may dip into the single digits. The region will remain dry until late Tuesday when warm air moves into the Northwest.