Speech to Text for Rain and Snow Showers Continue Friday
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A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY continues until 10 AM Friday for the Cascades and Siskiyous, as well as Eastern Klamath County and Western Lake County. Snow levels will start at 2,500' this morning. Use caution on many of the mountain passes as roads will likely be snow covered with limited visibility. Scattered rain and snow showers will continue throughout the day. Some peeks of sun are possible in spots between showers. Afternoon highs will be cooler, staying in the low to mid 40s for Northern California, valleys and the coast and the low 30s for the Klamath Basin and Cascades. For the most part we dry out for Saturday. A few spotty showers are possible along the coast and some snow showers up in the Cascades. Snow levels begin to rise around 4,000' by Sunday as the another system starts to move in. Sunday will feature wet and windy conditions. Snow levels will fall heading into Sunday night. More accumulating snow is likely for the higher elevations. We'll be closely monitoring this system and have updates for you on snow levels and accumulations. For next week, temperatures remain cool and our weather remains active with more storm systems to bring more rain and snow to the region. Watch NewsWatch 12 for the latest forecast and check back here with the StormWatch 12 weather team for updates.