METEOROLOGIST MARISA WOLOSZYN’S FORECAST DISCUSSION:
Showers and sunbreaks Monday for most. Breezy conditions as well along the coast and into the Klamath Basin. Isolated rain showers will continue Monday night and into Tuesday morning. Showers will steadily increase around lunchtime Tuesday as another storm moves through. This storm could bring around 2″ of rain to Curry County and around 0.5-1″ of rain everywhere else. River levels will slightly rise following this storm, but will remain below flood stage. This storm will also bring snow levels down to 2,500 feet Tuesday night. This means good news for the ski resorts, but bad news for drivers across the Siskiyou summit, where road conditions could be slick.
Isolated showers continue Wednesday as we fall in between systems. Snow lines will be around 3,000 feet, so more snow for the mountains. Above 3,000 feet could see anywhere between 5-10 inches of new snow through Wednesday.
Another storm moves in Thursday, but model trajectory has it staying in southern Oregon. This storm will bring some rain showers and snow above 3,000 feet. Snow accumulation will be around 1-4 inches.
High pressure takes control this weekend transitioning skies to mostly sunny. Temps will also warm up into the upper 50s for the coast, valley and Siskiyou County; and into the low 50s for the Basin and mountains.
Have a great Tuesday!
– Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn
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