Roadside snow fell in low-elevation areas such as the Mill City and Gates area around 1,000 feet, and roads were slippery but not snow-covered as of 7 a.m.

Low-elevation snow arrived in western Oregon mostly as expected Tuesday morning, bringing a dusting to a half inch of snow in Salem, Eugene and other Mid-Willamette Valley cities while dropping considerably more in the foothills and mountains.  

Most roads remained warm enough to avoid sticking snow and traffic is largely not impacted in the Portland, Salem and Eugene corridor on Interstate 5. South Salem gained about a half-inch of snow and there is some roadside snow along I-5.

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Wet flurries are forecast in the higher elevations of Willamette Valley cities and the foothills until about 10 a.m., but should then warm up beyond any sticking snow, except at the highest elevations in town.

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