North Umpqua River shared U.S. Forest Service - Umpqua National Forest's post. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Law Enforcement Officer reports heavy snowfall occurring in the Tokotee and Diamond Lake areas of the forest. Over 12 inches have fallen already with much more forecasted. Please be careful if you are driving in this area as the roads are "in rough shape." The U.S. National Weather Service (NWS) Alert for our area can be read here: bit.ly/2I1zZ2M Stay tuned to local radio broadcasts and our Facebook page for more updates.

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While there's potential for inches of snow for the lowlands, it's more like FEET of snow for the Cascades over the next few days. This is good news for our seasonal snowpack, which was only about half of average as of early February. For more info on snowpack and water supply forecasts, visit: www.weather.gov/media/pqr/WaterSupplyOutlook.pdf

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An Arctic front is on its way to the forecast area. Data still point to Monday having the lowest snow levels of the winter. We've issued Winter Storm Watches for portions of the forecast area, and you can check them out at weather.gov/medford. Monday morning looks particularly interesting over valleys west of the Cascades as snow levels lower sharply and precipitation moves in with the front. #orwx #cawx

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Several people have shown interest in joining us for a future "Keep the Umpqua Clean" event. This Wednesday, January 23rd we will head out again to empty/pick up trash at the Toketee Falls, Watson Falls, and Umpqua Hot Springs trailheads. The plan is to meet at the Umpqua's Last Resort office for coffee & hot cocoa at 10:00am, then head out to the trailheads from there. Anyone is welcome to attend and enjoy the day caring for the forest. The weather next week looks perfect for doing just that! We have trash bags, rubber gloves, and will haul the trash away in our own vehicles. You will want to dress warm, and bring your lunch or a snack. We are also running great RV/lodging specials if you wish to stay a while before heading home. For more information, please call one of our friendly Camp Hosts at 541-498-2500.

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