Snow levels will mainly stay above 1500' today, 1000' on Thursday. HOWEVER, Thursday through early Friday morning, it's possible for the snow level to drop to 600' at times if enough cold air comes in. IF anything falls below 1000', it would be light - just a dusting to an inch or so. NO WORRIES of a snowmageddon because tomorrow there'll be little moisture left with the storm.
Another storm may bring light rain to the area on Saturday but latest data hints that the track may change and take aim at northern and central California instead of Oregon. BUT, we'll need to keep an eye on the exact track since it may be close enough to increase snow possibilities for Sunday morning. Thereafter, another couple of storms may come through later next week.
As of 1:00pm Wednesday afternoon, we've recorded 1.17" of rain from this storm (in just 12 hours!). Expect up to another 1/4-1/2" through Thursday (scattered showers Thursday). Right now this puts us at 7.74" of rainfall since the water year began on October 1. Normal to date is 10.59".