Tonight will bring even colder temperatures due to even less clouds and less for formation. The best chance for freezing fog will be the lowest valley locations on the west side, but fog will linger less than tomorrow compared to today and we’ll see plenty of sunshine Friday into early next week. Protect exposed pipes before heading to bed each night as these cold nights will be with us through next week. Tonight we could even break a record low for Klamath Falls as the forecast is 9 degrees…and that’s the record! Drier conditions will settle over the region through the weekend (meaning lower dewpoints, lower humidities) which means less fog formation. This will allow temperatures to drop more in the overnight hours, but warm up more quickly as well in the afternoon! Another Freeze Warning and Frost Adivsory are in effect for the morning hours at the coast.
As we approach Thanksgiving there will be a chance for showers, mainly for northern California. Right now it is just a slight chance, and we will continue to monitor this system as we approach the holiday. Snow levels will this system appear to be between 5,000 to 5,500 feet which is above most major passes, so travel impacts should be minimal.
Meteorologist Megan Parry