The jetstream will continue to move to our South through tomorrow. This will make for cooler temperatures Sunday & Monday with winds out of the north, northwest. Isolated showers are going to remain in the forecast through Monday also. Snow levels will be around 3,000′ and even lower in some locations during the overnight hours. This means some showers will be in the form of snow but very little accumulation, if any at all, is expected.
The clearing skies in the overnight hours tonight and also Sunday night and Monday night, will allow for frost to develop in the valleys. Temperatures will be dropping into the upper 20’s and low 30’s in the Applegate, Illinois and Rogue Valleys through the morning hours. As you may know, this could be damaging to crops and sensitive vegetation should be covered as a precaution.
By Tuesday, high pressure will slowly build back into the region bringing sunny skies and warmer temperatures. A dry and warmer trend will continue through the end of the week.
Thanks for logging on & enjoy the rest of your weekend!