Skies will clear into Wednesday morning, allowing for temperatures to drop quickly through the overnight hours. A frost advisory is in effect for Northern California where morning lows will be in the mid and upper 30’s Wednesday. Across the Klamath Basin temperatures will be below freezing in many locations. These temperatures are below normal and if you have crops or plants that are sensitive to the cool temperatures, they will need to be covered. Friday morning is also expected to be cool yet again.
Another weak front will move through Southern Oregon tomorrow. This is going to bring rain showers to the Coast and valleys, and rain/snow showers to the mountains. Siskiyou County and the Klamath Basin should stay fairly dry. Cooler air is going to filter in behind this front and for this reason snow levels will drop to 5,500.’ It’s likely that any showers that develop tomorrow near Crater Lake are in the form of snow.
Cooler temperatures will be with us through Thursday, although the sun will return nice and strong by then. A stretch of dry weather will begin Thursday as well and continue into the weekend. Highs will gradually warm to near normal values by Saturday. Come Sunday, it looks like another disturbance will move south and east into our forecast area again.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese