Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

We had a FROST ADVISORY this morning for parts of Klamath Co. and Lake Co. This was issued because temperatures were flirting with the freezing mark this morning in the high dessert. The frost could damage the vegetation or kill it. Today will be slightly cooler as our highs continue to fall down do to the cold front that marched its way east. We will see a mix of sun and clouds today and windy conditions. The winds will be blowing 10-15 mph but gusting 25 mph at times.



Forecast

  • Today:  Another fall like day with our highs 10-15 degrees below average. Winds will be blowing 5-10 mph but gusting 25 mph. Clouds will be clearing as the day goes on.
  • Tonight:  Clearing skies and chilly temperatures. Lows in the 40's and 50's.
  • Tomorrow:  Friday will be a couple of degrees cooler as another push of cold air comes in. The cold front moves in during the evening and will bring rain to the east side of the Cascades.
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Weather Discussion

StormWatch 12 Forecast

We had a FROST ADVISORY this morning for parts of Klamath Co. and Lake Co. This was issued because temperatures were flirting with the freezing mark this morning in the high dessert. The frost could damage the vegetation or kill it. Today will be slightly cooler as our highs continue to fall down do to the cold front that marched its way east. We will see a mix of sun and clouds today and windy conditions. The winds will be blowing 10-15 mph but gusting 25 mph at times.

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