The upper level disturbance that moved through our region in the overnight hours is now exiting to our south and east. Lingering cloud cover will gradually clear through the morning and mostly sunny skies will help to warm temperatures more so than Tuesday.
The clear skies will allow for a cold night to unfold. A frost advisory is in place for Eastern Curry, Josephine & Jackson Counties for Wednesday evening into Thursday morning. In these locations morning lows will drop into the low to mid 30’s. A freeze warning has been issued for Siskiyou County where morning lows will be in the upper 20’s and low 30’s. Most of us know the drill at this point — cover vegetation sensitive to cold temperatures.
The extended forecast is quiet, with no major weather systems headed our way anytime soon. Originally there was a front brushing by to our north Saturday, but at this point the system will have little impact on our forecast area. The clear skies will of course bring sunny and gradually warming temperatures (from one day to the next) but also very cold overnight temperatures. In the Klamath Basin, morning lows are going to be in the mid and upper 20’s through the next week.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese