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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Highs are expected to be well into the triple digits across west side valleys Thursday afternoon. A HEAT ADVISORY remains in effect until Friday night at 11 PM for valleys west of the Cascades extending down into northern California.



Forecast

  • Today:  Hot temperatures are back for our Thursday with a HEAT ADVISORY still in effect for valleys west of the Cascades down into northern California. Highs will climb between 105 and 110 in these locations. Expect mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with isolated storms possible in northern California. Along the coast, temperatures will be in the 60's. Winds will be from the north 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 30 mph.
  • Tonight:  Skies will be mostly clear with light winds overnight. Western valleys will only drop into the 65-75 degree range making for warm overnight lows. An isolated storm is possible early in northern California.
  • Tomorrow:  A HEAT ADVISORY remains in effect until 11 PM Friday for areas west of the Cascades. Highs will still be in the triple digits and skies stay mostly sunny to partly cloudy. Isolated storms will be possible in northern California and the Klamath Basin during the afternoon hours.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Highs are expected to be well into the triple digits across west side valleys Thursday afternoon. A HEAT ADVISORY remains in effect until Friday night at 11 PM for valleys west of the Cascades extending down into northern California.

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