Spotty Showers & T-Storms Today

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The area of low pressure that brought rain and snow to the region yesterday and overnight will travel south and east today. Even so, showers will still develop later today ..mainly a result of instability. For this reason, thunderstorms are also in the forecast for the Coastline. Most of these showers inland today will be light and scattered and will not develop until mid to late afternoon.

Snow levels will start off around 2,500′ over Northern California and after the snow last night, areas near Mt. Shasta will likely have slick & slushy roads. Snow did fall overnight in the Klamath Basin and the roadways there may be snow covered in areas as well.

The middle of the week will bring a break and in precipitation across Southern Oregon before another weak storm system brings light and isolated showers Thursday. For now, inland locations are dry this weekend but that may change throughout the week. There is a storm system just to our north that is creeping further south from one model run to the next.

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Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese