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StormWatch 12 Forecast

An unseasonably cool air mass is sitting over southern Oregon and northern California. High temperatures were running 10 to 15 degrees below average again Thursday afternoon, which will still be the case on Friday. In fact, temperatures will be a few degrees cooler than Thursday.



Forecast

  • Today:  Friday brings more unseasonably cool temperatures and the chance at a shower, especially east of the Cascades. On the west side, showers will be more isolated. Expect highs 10 to 20 degrees below average and winds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 25 mph possible.
  • Tonight:  Isolated showers will be possible through the overnight hours in the Klamath Basin. Elsewhere, any remaining sprinkles will wrap up and skies should be partly cloudy. Overnight lows will be mainly in the 40's, with especially chilly temperatures east of the Cascades.
  • Tomorrow:  For Saturday, the east side may see a leftover shower during the morning hours. Otherwise, skies will clear and temperatures will run several degrees warmer than Friday during the afternoon.
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Weather Discussion

StormWatch 12 Forecast

An unseasonably cool air mass is sitting over southern Oregon and northern California. High temperatures were running 10 to 15 degrees below average again Thursday afternoon, which will still be the case on Friday. In fact, temperatures will be a few degrees cooler than Thursday.

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