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Toketee Falls, consisting of two tiers with a combined height of about 120 feet, is framed by ancient formations of columnar basalt as the North Umpqua River splashes down into a deep pool. [Collin Andrew/The Register-Guard] Read more: rgne.ws/2Jw9cZm

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To our valued friends and customers: Don't forget that we will change to our winter hours this Thursday, November 1st. The Trading Post will open at 6:00AM and close at 8:00PM. We appreciate all of your support and please be on the look out for new things to come. We have some exciting plans in the works!

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2:20 AM PDT Monday - Snowing hard above 5000 feet in the Cascades at this early (very) hour. Roads are becoming hazardous. Slow down and use caution if headed into the mountains or over the passes early this morning.

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The weather is about to take a turn toward more unsettled pattern with moderate rainfall at the coast and the Umpqua Basin; windy conditions across the valleys east of the Cascades; and even some light snow in the higher elevations of the Cascades. A cold front will be moving through bringing moderate rainfall, mainly to the coast and coastal range beginning Saturday evening. This rain will be beneficial to any lingering fires in the area, but could cause some minor ponding and hydroplaning for those traveling by car. If you begin to hydroplane, ease off on the gas. A few of the West Side Valleys could also see some good rainfall. This system will also provide windy conditions as well. The first area to see the breezy winds will be at the coast on Saturday evening with the arrival of the front. Gusty winds will also be possible in the Shasta Valley, but the strongest winds will be located east of the Cascades on Sunday. Lastly, the rain will turn to showers after the front moves through, and a few light snow showers will be possible on the higher peaks of the Cascades, like at Crater Lake. Check Oregon road conditions at www.tripcheck.com and California Road Conditions at quickmap.dot.ca.gov/

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