Snow levels will start Sunday morning around 2,500' and plummet as we head into Sunday night and Monday morning down to near 1,000' and locally lower. The heaviest snow will move in later this evening. The best chance for snow in the Rogue Valley will be around 10:00 p.m. and then continue into Monday monring.
A WINTER STORM WARNING has been issued for the Siskiyou and Cascade Mountains from 4 AM Sunday until 4 AM Monday, as well as for the Klamath Basin above 2,000', and Western Siskiyou County above 2,000' from 4 PM Sunday until 4 AM Monday. New snow accumulation amounts in excess of 6 inches are possible in Western Siskiyou County and the Klamath Basin, with amounts between 8-18 inches possible for the mountains. Winds could gust as high as 45 MPH.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for Eastern Curry County, Josephine County, Jackson County, Siskiyou County from 4 PM Sunday until 4 AM Monday for locations above 2,000', as well as for Klamath and Lake Counties for locations below 2,000'. New snow accumulation amounts between 1-3 inches are possible, with localized amounts up to 6 inches. Blowing snow and slippery conditions are possible Sunday and Monday morning. Interstate 5 will likely be affected.
A bit of a break on Tuesday before more rounds of rain and snow move in for the rest of this upcoming week. Temperatures remain well below average.
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