Today the Ducks take on the Tigers, and on Wednesday, the snow will take on the rain — or one could say the North will take on the West. Rufus LaLone explains what he means by that — and what it means to you, depending on your location — in his latest WeatherCafe™ post. The bottom line is that any snow that arrives should turn to slush and disappear in short order due to warm westerly air, but there could be short-term accumulations of 1-5 inches in some areas of Oregon. Keep in mind, shifts happen, and things could always change.
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Curt Kipp is the director of publications and communications at the Oregon Association of Nurseries, and the editor of Digger magazine.