March is kicking off with a “Brr!”

The National Weather Service’s Eureka arm has been tracking this weekend’s storm and predicts snow levels could fall as low as 500 feet above sea level over Friday night.

From NWS:

A major winter storm remains on track this evening.

Though most of the area is experiencing a break in showers at the moment, the next cold front is quickly approaching shore. Snowfall so far has been heavy above 3000 feet but has been inconsistent at lower elevations. That will change tonight with snow levels expected to quickly drop as low as 1000 to 1500 feet. 1 to 2 feet is likely on high elevation passes through tomorrow.

Snow showers will linger through Sunday.