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The first storm will hit Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 22, bringing rain and wind to the coast and snow in the mountain passes.


PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO - Heavy rain in December 2015 flooded several streets around the region. The National Weather Service is warning of a series of storms that could hit during the Thanksgiving holiday.If you’re heading over the river and through the woods for Thanksgiving Day, better hang on. It could be kind of stormy.

The National Weather Service reported Monday that blustery weather is headed into the Northwest Wednesday and Thursday, just in time for the holiday. A series of storms will bring rain, snow in the upper elevations and gusty winds on the Oregon Coast and some parts of the northern Willamette Valley.

According to the weather service, the first storm will hit Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 22, bringing rain and wind to the coast and snow in the mountain passes. Showers are expected to continue Wednesday, with the snow level falling below the passes, the weather service reported.

A strong storm is expected to hit Thanksgiving Day, bringing heavy rain to Southwest Washingotn and Northwest Oregon, with wind gusts and slightly lower snow levels. Another, possibly stronger, storm is expected Friday, according to the weather service.

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