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announcer says "stormwatch 12 weather with meteorologist caitlin harvey." precipitation will become a bit more scattered and on and off as we head into tonight. snow levels have been around 5,000' or so all day. areas above 5,000' in the cascades and siskiyous could see storm totals through tomorrow of 5-10". snow levels will drop to around 2,500' overnight and temperatures will drop tonight as well, which could very well lead to some slick spots to start your monday in our higher elevations. winds will gradually back off overnight though. a wind advisory has been issued for eastern klamath and lake counties from 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. spotty rain and snow showers will continue through the day on your monday. snow levels will climb into the afternoon to around 3,500' or so. skies will be mostly cloudy and between the clouds and showers, look for temperatures to be well below average for this time of the year...at least over 10 degrees! most of us dry out for tuesday apart from some lingering showers for the coast and up in the cascades. a weak disturbance could tough of some more fairly isolated shower activity for wednesday. after wednesday, brighter and much warmer days are expected with temperatures returning above average by the end of the workweek. this next weekend is looking rather quiet with pleasant and much more spring- like temperatures. [d3]weather -toss from wx so hopefully, that will not impact your plans too much. and you can go to our website, kdrv.com for weather updates