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Partly Sunny Tuesday

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Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion:

Clouds will increase Tuesday as a storm moves into Washington. We’ll be at the very southern end of this storm, so we’ll only see more clouds and no showers. Temperatures will be noticeably cooler and back into the mid 50s along the South Coast, mid 60s in the Rogue Valley and Northern California, and low 60s in the Klamath Basin.

High pressure builds back behind Tuesday’s storm, returning skies to mostly sunny. Temperatures remain near normal and in the mid 50s along the South Coast, mid 60s in the Rogue Valley and Northern California, and low 60s in the Klamath Basin.

Clouds increase again Thursday as a storm approaches the Pacific Northwest. We’ll have a better chance of rain with this storm with showers starting in the afternoon along the South Coast and overnight inland. Showers will wrap up quickly early Friday morning.

Skies will remain partly sunny through the weekend. High temperatures will remain in the mid 50s along the South Coast, mid 60s in the Rogue Valley and Northern California, and low 60s in the Klamath Basin.

Have a terrific Tuesday!
– Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn