Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

Today, we will rise in to 90 degree heat in the Rogue Valley! A change is on the way though. Seth Phillips and Ron Brown have a special look at your full forecast!



Forecast

  • Today:  The string of very warm and even hot days continues. Highs for today expected to be in the low 90's for some cities in the Valley. The rest of the region will see high's in the upper 70's and 80's. Increasing clouds expect for today ending with partly cloudy by this evening.
  • Tonight:  The coast will see more clouds then the rest or tonight. Partly cloudy skies for tonight with mild lows in the 50's for most.
  • Tomorrow:  Saturday will still be very warm but not as warm as Friday but only by a couple of degrees. Highs in the upper 70's and 80's for everyone. Saturday will also be mainly dry but there is a chance for one or two showers to pop up.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Today, we will rise in to 90 degree heat in the Rogue Valley! A change is on the way though. Seth Phillips and Ron Brown have a special look at your full forecast!

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