Skies will stay partly to mostly cloudy as the region sits in between storm systems. Fog is reducing visibilities at the Coast and over the West Side. Areas of fog are likely over Northern California and in the Klamath Basin as well this morning. Spotty showers are likely in Curry County through the morning and then again late tonight.
Another area of low pressure will bring a warm front into the Northwest Tuesday night. Rain should begin along the Coast around 9 and 10 0′clock. This front will bring snow levels up to 8,500′ by Wednesday, allowing all precipitation to fall in the form of rain. Periods of rain will continue into Thursday as the cold front then moves through.
Snow levels on Thursday will then drop to 4,500′ and this will help to change rain over to snow for the higher elevations. Some accumulating snow is likely for Crater Lake and Diamond Lake on Thursday and Highway 140 as well.
Friday seems to be another break into between storms before another disturbance pushes into the Northwest on Saturday & Sunday.