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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Smoky skies and warm temperatures will be the trend for the next few days. A stray shower of storm is possible as well.



Forecast

  • Today:  Smoke and haze will fill the skies again Tuesday, mainly along and west of the Cascades. Expect air quality to be greatly impacted as a result. Along the coast, patchy is possible. Temperatures will be near seasonal averages. Expect isolated showers and storms east of the Cascades during the afternoon, with only a slight chance for other inland locations. Winds: 5-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph.
  • Tonight:  A few lingering showers and maybe a rumble of thunder will be possible early in the Klamath Basin. Skies will otherwise be partly cloudy with areas of smoke. Along the coast, fog will develop. Overnight lows will be mild, mainly in the 50's and 60's.
  • Tomorrow:  Smoke will likely be an issue again on Wednesday. Otherwise, we will see little cloud cover and highs near our seasonal averages. Along the coast, patchy fog will be present.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Smoky skies and warm temperatures will be the trend for the next few days. A stray shower of storm is possible as well.

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