Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

Thunderstorms in the forecast will keep the area on high alert with fire concerns in the coming days.



Forecast

  • Today:  With widespread scattered showers in the forecast Tuesday, a FIRE WEATHER WARNING takes effect at 2 PM for a large part of southern Oregon and northern California. Storms may produce small hail, gusty wind, and locally heavy rainfall. Expect otherwise partly cloudy skies and temperatures about 5 degrees cooler than Monday. Along the coast, the marine layer will keep temperatures cool and bring areas of fog.
  • Tonight:  A shower or storm will be possible early, but most will dissipate by midnight. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy with cool overnight lows. Along the coast we will see patchy fog develop.
  • Tomorrow:  Showers and storms return for Wednesday. Expect very similar conditions to Tuesday, but temperatures will be a couple of degrees cooler across the region. Storms may produce small hail, gusty wind, and locally heavy rainfall.
Coastal 7-day
Rogue Valley 7-day
Mountains 7-day
Klamath Basin 7-day
Northern California 7-day
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Thunderstorms in the forecast will keep the area on high alert with fire concerns in the coming days.

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