A storm system bringing two rounds of snow is expected to hit Oregon’s Cascade Range passes this weekend, bringing the possibility of 1 or 2 feet of snow.

The storm should bring snow even to lower elevations, as low as 2,500 feet, said meteorologist Shawn Weagle with the National Weather Service in Portland.  

“There is still some uncertainty, but this is looking like a pretty good dump of snow,” he said.

That’s good news for those who enjoy winter recreation, but it could also snarl traffic. Last weekend, snow on the mountain passes combined with big crowds around Mount Hood brought traffic to a standstill around Government Camp.

Read the full article at The Statesman Journal.