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Fog Lingers Tomorrow

Active Weather Returns By the Weekend

Posted: Tue Jan 02 16:44:23 PST 2018
Updated: Tue Jan 02 16:44:24 PST 2018

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somewhat, but visibility still remains reduced. high pressure is still the major influence over southern oregon and northern california, and a persistence forecast for tonight seems reasonable. the front should arrive on wednesday evening. it will bring rain to most of the area by wednesday system. right now, were looking at advisory level winds along the shasta valley as well as for portions of the east side. the rogue valley may see precipitation, especially on thursday. these southerly winds could also enhance precipitation amounts near mt. shasta as the wind blows upslope. other parts of the country are seeing the bitter cold with temperatures below zero. aaron katersky shows us how workers had to make dangerous rescues. much of the country remains stuck in the frigid grip of winter sot: " i think this is the coldest winter ever." even describe it. it's unbearable." ...and dangerous 911 call: "it's the pond behind my house. the car fell through." firefighters scramble to aaron katersky shows us how workers had to make other parts of the country are seeing the bitter cold with
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