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Saturday, April 14 Evening Weather

A cold front will begin to work onshore as we head into the overnight hours. Expect widespread rain and snow showers for the second half of the weekend.

Posted: Sat Apr 14 18:42:20 PDT 2018
Updated: Sat Apr 14 18:42:21 PDT 2018

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caitlin harvey." cooler temperatures begin to move in tonight with increasing clouds ahead of our next system. some spotty showers will be possible tonight along the coast. overnight lows will bottom out in the 30s and 40s under mostly cloudy skies with increasing winds. more rain and snow is likely sunday morning into sunday night with a cold front moving into the region. snow levels will start sunday near 5,000' then fall to 4,000' by late afternoon. some rain may be heavy at times in curry and josephine counties, but no flooding is expected. new snow totals of 4-9 inches are possible in the cascades and siskiyous, with locally higher amounts for higher elevations. spotty showers, cool temperatures, and lower morning snow levels near 2,000 feet will be issues for monday along with some isolated thunderstorms. a wind advisory has been issued for eastern klamath and lake counties from 11 am until 8 pm sunday. sustained winds of 30-40 mph are likely ahead of a powerful cold front, with gusts as high as 50 mph possible. we will dry out a bit as we head into tuesday afternoon, but have the potential for showers on wednesday before drying out and warming up into the second half of the week. so hopefully, that will not impact your plans too much. oregon's studded tire season is now extended through sunday
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