Two weather systems are merging over Southern Oregon and Northern California, and the result with be off again, and on again rain and snow. Snowfall above 2,000 feet will be 3 to 7 inches (locally higher in Josephine, Eastern Curry and Southern Douglas Counties. The second part to the double whammy will arrive with slightly colder air, so snow levels will drop to 1,500 feet…and maybe even a little lower Wednesday night and early on Thursday. A new storm will likely move in behind the current wave of two systems and bring additional rain and snow later Friday, Friday night and part of Saturday. After that, expect dryer weather, with areas of fog and low clouds going into the New Year.