Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

While the past couple of days have been quite warm, the temperatures are climbing even more in the coming days.



Forecast

  • Today:  Mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures will return for Thursday. Along the coast, expect the marine layer to be in place again, which will keep temperatures cool.
  • Tonight:  We'll see marine fog along the coast with cool temperatures. For inland locations, expect mostly clear skies and cool overnight lows.
  • Tomorrow:  Friday will bring some of the warmest temperatures that we've seen so far this year. Highs in the Rogue Valley will reach 90 degrees, with above average temperatures elsewhere, too. There is a slight chance for an afternoon shower along and east of the Cascades and in northern California.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

While the past couple of days have been quite warm, the temperatures are climbing even more in the coming days.

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