Today marks the last day of summer as fall starts Saturday at 10:49 am and it sure is going to feel like a change of season! Temperatures return to seasonable after a 10 day streak of unseasonably warm weather west of the Cascades. Thursday Klamath Falls tied a record high temperatures of 88 degrees set back in 1994. Temperatures will remain seasonable all through next week as well as partly cloudy skies.
The weekend not only brings in cooler temperatures but also a chance for showers and thunderstorms for inland areas. A cut-off low starts to makes it’s way inland Saturday providing instability for storms to form. The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Saturday afternoon through Saturday evening in Lake and Modoc counties due to the possibility of lightning and strong outflow winds. Any storms that form early are not expected to have much rain with them while storms that form later have a better chance for heavy rain.
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Have a great weekend and enjoy the start of Fall!
Meteorologist Megan Parry