Snow is forecast to impact Oregon mountain passes on Thursday and Friday, according to the National Weather Service.

Oregon’s mountains will continue to get hammered by winter’s wrath Thursday to Friday, but in the Willamette Valley, the weather will start to look a bit more normal.

Cascade mountain passes are forecast to get another 8 to 16 inches of snow, making driving hazardous on Santiam Pass (Highway 20) and Willamette Pass (Highway 58), particularly on Thursday night.

This system will be quite a bit different from the past two weeks that have seen multiple mornings with Willamette Valley or low-elevation snow. Oregon is forecast to transition back into a warmer or more normal pattern that includes rain in the valley and lower elevations along with snow in the mountains.

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