Speech to Text for Winter Storm Warning
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meteorologist mike doyle." models continue on track with the upcoming strong winter storm moving into the region tonight. winds will pick up on the coast by sunrise sunday, and even though there is a slightly offshore gradient, the 850 mb winds are 65-75 knots from the southwest, which will tuck the winds into the coast, and the high winds warning at the coast still looks on track. inland the gradient up the shasta valley is still strong sunday, but the 700 mb winds are more westerly that would normally produce warning strength winds, and an advisory is still in order. east of the cascades 700 mb winds 55 to 65 knots lower than if there was strong more southerly winds like the usual strong wind events, and snow levels should be in the 3500-4000 foot range in oregon and 2500 ft in the mt. shasta area to 3000 feet in western siskiyou county and heavy at times, and with the gusty winds may collect on trees with some branches breaking and even possibly some trees models are indicating greater amounts east of the cascades than previously, and have issued an advisory in that area as well. tomorrow a local business is going to be featured on