Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

Our thunderstorms will be packing a little more rain through the next few days.


  • Today:  Our active pattern continues with another round of afternoon thunderstorms. A RED FLAG WARNING will be in effect this afternoon due to gusty storm winds and lightning. Showers will mainly be confined to the Basin and Northern California, but there will likely be some in the Siskiyous, and the Rogue Valley. Temperatures will sit about where they were yesterday. Winds: Variable 5-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph.
  • Tonight:  A few showers may linger and dissipate overnight as we lose the daytime heating. Temperatures become warm or mild. Partly cloudy to mostly clear inland. Patchy fog and overcast at the coast.
  • Tomorrow:  Tuesday, we get a better chance for rain showers as deep moisture moves in. Rainfall totals will run from .10” to potentially 1.00” for inland locations. Lightning will still accompany the rain. Showers and thunderstorms will also last overnight.
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

Our thunderstorms will be packing a little more rain through the next few days.

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