Some left over moisture from Friday night’s storm will continue to bring showers through Southern Oregon this evening. Snow levels are down to the valley floor so most showers that come through the Valley will be in form of snow, but little to no accumulation is expected. Rain showers will fall along the Coast.
Most areas will see a good several hours of sunshine tomorrow. Clouds will increase along the Coast but decrease in the Rogue Valley. Winds will be breezy along the Coast and to the East of the Cascades ahead of the next system moving in from the North and West. The best precipitation will fall mainly in the Cascades and along the Coast, but will be rain for the Coastline and snow in the mountains. This storm will again bring snow to the Cascades and Siskiyous, mainly above 4,000′ but snow levels will drop to about 3,500′ by Sunday morning. About 2-5″ of snow is expected in the Cascades and other higher elevations, with lower amounts in the Siskiyous. Light precipitation will fall in the Valley (rain) and in the Basin (rain/snow).
Showers will hang around through most of Monday with temperatures in the low 50′s for the Valleys. The rest of the week will be dry for all areas, but several disturbances will brush by our North so this is subject to change. As of now, it seems as though they bring nothing but clouds to Southern Oregon. Temperatures look to warm up quite a bit by the end of the week, exceeding average temperatures. The low 60′s are again in the forecast into the weekend.
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