With clearing skies and light winds, radiational cooling overnight will allow for temperatures to drop through the overnight hours. Temperatures will be cool enough for freezing fog to develop in most of the Valleys, including the Rogue Valley, so roads may be slick for the morning commute.
We will stay partly cloudy for your Thursday, with periods of sunshine before our first of a series of systems moves into our area Friday. It looks as though Friday’s storm will split to our North and South and just brush by us. A shower or two is possible along the coast, but for the most part we should stay dry elsewhere. Saturday, the next disturbance will cross our area. Temperatures still remaining cool, will bring snow to the Basin and higher elevations this weekend with snow levels dropping to about 3,000ft. Sunday a warm front will pass through the region bringing more precipitation, and yet again, Monday will bring a following cold front. So, wet and unsettled weather will continue into the middle of next week! Timing and intensities of these storms are still differing among the models so check back with NewsWatch12 as this weekend nears for the latest updates!