VIDEO FORECAST: Tracking Two Weekend Storms

Rain, snow and wind will impact Southern California and Northern California this weekend.

Posted: Fri Feb 23 18:37:58 PST 2018
Updated: Fri Feb 23 18:37:59 PST 2018

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"here's a live look at ashland from the oregon shakespeare festival. "here's a live look at the caveman bridge in grants pass from taprock northwest grill. "here's a live look at the oregon coast from the port of brookings harbor. increasing clouds with rain and snow showers moving in overnight. snow levels will start off low and parts of the rogue valley could even see a wintry mix before changing to all rain showers by mid-morning. we'll keep the chance for on and off showers throughout the day saturday. for our higher elevations above 2,000', accumulating snow is likley making for some difficult travel. a winter weather advisory has been issued for the southern oregon cascades, higher elevations of jackson county, josephine county and curry county and the higher elevations of the klamath basin from 10 pm friday until 4 pm saturday. these areas will see at least a few inches of snow with the cascades seeing the most snow ...totals could be upwards of 5-10" with locally higher amounts. it will also be windy across southern oregon and northern california saturday. the klamath basin is under a wind advisory from 10 am - 10 pm saturday. gusts could reach 50 mph at times. precipitaiton will dwindle into saturday evening, but a more potent storm system will arrive sunday bringing rain and snow. snow is expected to be heavy in the mountains with 1-2 feet possible. that's why the cascades and siskiyous are under a winter storm watch for sunday into sunday night. snow levels will be around 3,000' then quickly crash into sunday night. some valley snow is looking likely before this storm departs on monday. a bit of a break on tuesday before more rounds of rain and snow move in for the rest of this upcoming week. temperatures remain well below average. [d4]main weather-3shot desk hopefully you can enjoy some of the upcoming weather. thanks. [d5]continuing coverage-stinger continuing coverage of the gun control debate - local,
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