Dry with Valley Fog to End 2013

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High pressure continues to be the dominant weather pattern and while weak disturbances may bring increased clouds at times, we will be dry through the end of the year. A front brought clouds to all areas today and helped improve fog conditions and this trend will continue Saturday with some clearing, however, most areas will get socked in the fog and low clouds with temperatures struggling to climb out of the 30s; for the areas that see sunshine temperatures will be able to climb into the 40s. Outside the fog sunshine and mild conditions will be the story, from the coast, mountains, Basin and northern California. Temperatures for these areas will be about 5 degrees above normal into the weekend and next week.

2013 has been a record breaking dry one for many cities including Medford and Klamath Falls. I took a look back at 2013’s crazy weather from record highs to record snowfall to almost a whole month of smoky skies. The ‘Weather News’ section has the whole story of 2013!

Thanks for logging on and have a great weekend!

Meteorologist Megan Parry

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