EUGENE, Ore. - Thursday has been a wet day across much of Western Oregon, and it doesn't look like it'll come to an end anytime soon.
As the strong system continues to push inland, keep an eye out for rising river levels.
Here's what the National Weather Service has to say:
"Heavy rain and snow melt associated with a strong frontal system will cause rivers and creeks to rise today and Friday. Total rainfall over the past 24 hours ranged from 1 inch in the greater portland metro area to nearly 2 inches in the South Willamette Valley...with amounts of 2 to 4 inches in the Coast Range and Cascade Foothills. Rainfall rates will decrease this afternoon...with an additional half inch to an inch of rain expected through Friday afternoon.
All of this rain is due to a cold front that will drop snow levels tonight - so a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY starts at 8 p.m. and continues until 11 a.m. Friday for the Cascades of Lane County.
Expect the possibility of 4-8 inches above 3,000 feet.
Snow won't make it to the valley this time, but the skiing could be good in the mountains.
Katie Boer is in for Seth Wayne on Thursday, March 15, and will have updates on the weatheron KVAL News at 11.