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Isolated T-Storm Activity Today

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An area of low pressure to our south has moved just enough north and west to bring wrap around moisture into parts of our viewing area. This is bringing cloud cover and light showers to parts of Lake County this morning. The strong sun and daytime heating will support isolated thunderstorm development later this afternoon over the Klamath Basin and Northern California. For areas west of the Cascades though, the weather should remain dry with temperatures approaching triple digits once again.

Into the weekend a closed low is going to approach from the West. This will then bring moisture in from the Southwest and also instability to Southern Oregon — specifically the West Side. By late Saturday night, thunderstorms may begin developing over Jackson & Josephine Counties. This will continue into Sunday before several other disturbances follow through next week. Sunday will begin a rather large cool down. Afternoon highs are expected to drop 30 degrees below current temperatures.

Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese

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  1. JUDY HOLLAND says:

    WHERE IS DAN THE WEATHER MAN?

    1. NewsWatch 12 Staff says:

      ON WEEKENDS.

  2. JUDY HOLLAND says:

    SO WHERE DID DAN THE WEATHER MAN GO?

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