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Cold Night Ahead, Slow Warm Up Tomorrow

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It’s been quite a struggle to warm up these past couple days with the northwest wind. The cooler air mass in place has brought a moister onshore flow to the region and allowed for shower development throughout the day. Most of the activity was in the morning with a gradual diminish through the afternoon. Showers were very light and snow was reported in several places, Eagle Point & Klamath Falls being two examples. Cooler conditions are going to linger into this evening, as temperatures are expected to drop near or just under freezing over much of the viewing area. A frost advisory has been issued for the Coast this evening.

We will see a gradual warm up through Monday. The daily warming will be slow though, as the next few nights will be cold. As weak high pressure builds back into the NW, partly to mostly sunny skies are expected for the region. By Monday all areas are going to be seeing those mild conditions we had about a week ago! The low 70′s will be gracing us with their presence in the valleys & the low 60′s in the Basin! The mid to upper 50′s are expected along the Coast through Monday.

The next storm system brings in a wetter and more showery pattern Tuesday through Thursday. Several disturbances will wrap around the core system and bring rain showers to the viewing area through this time period.

Enjoy the nice weekend ahead and thanks for logging on!
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