A cold front is moving inland this morning bringing rain to much of Southern Oregon and Northern California. Rain will continue falling throughout the morning in most locations, traveling into the Klamath Basin by mid morning. Behind the front rain we’ll transition to showers from west to east this afternoon.
Snow levels will be falling as the cold air moves in. They’ll be near 5,500′ this afternoon and will fall further tonight, near 4,500.’ If you’re planning to head over the higher passes into the weekend be sure to check TripCheck and be prepared from slick roads and some winter weather.
For Trick-or-Treat showers will be around in all locations. The exception will be in Lake County where widespread rain will still be falling. Because it will be raining through most of the morning, dress to keep your feet dry! Puddles will be all over. It will also be cool so dress warm!
Showers will be continuing overnight and Saturday. This will be the coolest air mass we’ve seen so far this fall and temperatures will reflect it this weekend. Afternoon highs will be in the mid and upper 40′s in the Basin. Overnight lows will be in the 20′s along and east of the Cascades. A couple more fronts are going to move through next week.
***REMINDER*** We turn the clocks back this Saturday!
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Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese