Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

Our vacation from very hot temperatures has been nice, but we have to come back at some time. That will be this week, as the 100's are right back in the forecast.



Forecast

  • Today:  We still have a little bit of cool air left in the region, so we will have one more comfortable afternoon. Temperatures running in the lower to mid-80’s for western valleys, and the lower to mid-70’s for the east side. Brookings will feel the Chetco Effect and warm into the 80’s. Winds: Mainly northerly 5-20 mph with gusts to 30 mph.
  • Tonight:  Another mild night in store. Cloud coverage will be light. A FIRE WEATHER WATCH will take effect for Curry County, and Western Siskiyou County for dry conditions and breezy winds.
  • Tomorrow:  Tomorrow brings the first apparent change in the weather pattern. Afternoon highs will jump up 5-15 degrees from the day before. Sunny skies across the region. The Chetco will be in effect once again, and a HEAT ADVISORY will take effect for the Coastal locations from Brookings to Port Orford. Afternoon highs at the South Coast will run between 80 and 90 degrees. A FIRE WEATHER WATCH will remain in effect for Western Siskiyou County and Curry County due to dry conditions and gusty winds.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Our vacation from very hot temperatures has been nice, but we have to come back at some time. That will be this week, as the 100's are right back in the forecast.

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