While Tuesday remained dry, the clouds left over from Monday stuck around for another day. Fortunately, that will be changing through the overnight hours tonight into Wednesday morning. Once the sunshine returns tomorrow, temperatures will be on an incline. Highs Wednesday could be as much as 15 degrees warmer than today.
The center of low pressure that brought clouds and a few showers to the Northwest is now centered in western Montana. As it continues to track eastward, high pressure builds in for a few days. This will bring clearing skies and more seasonable, sometimes above average, temperatures. As the skies clear tonight, frost is possible for parts of the Klamath Basin and northern California once again tonight. A freeze warning has been issued for the majority of Klamath and Lake counties for early Wednesday morning. This same area, along with far northeastern Siskiyou and most of Modoc county will also be under a frost advisory for Wednesday morning as well.
Although high pressure takes control for a couple of days, yet another low will bring slightly cooler temperatures by Friday. Highs will only drop by a few degrees towards the start of the weekend, but as Monday nears, temperatures will be back on the rise.
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Meteorologist Seth Phillips