Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

As the ridge of high pressure that’s been controlling our weather pattern starts to weaken, we’ll see temperatures continue to drop in the coming days.



Forecast

  • Today:  Highs will be in the 90's and triple digits again on Friday. A HEAT ADVISORY remains in effect for valleys west of the Cascades and northern California. Expect mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with isolate storms possible in northern California and the Klamath Basin. Along the coast, we'll see patchy fog during the morning. Winds from the northwest 15 to 25 mph.
  • Tonight:  Overnight lows will be mild in most areas, only dropping to the 60's and 70's. Expect mostly clear to partly cloudy skies. A shower or storm is possible early for northern California and the Klamath Basin. Along the coast, patchy fog will develop and temperatures will be cool.
  • Tomorrow:  The Fourth of July holiday on Saturday will feature hot temperatures and isolated storms for northern California and areas east of the Cascades. The HEAT ADVISORY continues through 11 PM. Expect highs in the 90's and triple digits with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies.
Coastal 7-day
Rogue Valley 7-day
Mountains 7-day
Klamath Basin 7-day
Northern California 7-day
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Weather Discussion

StormWatch 12 Forecast

As the ridge of high pressure that’s been controlling our weather pattern starts to weaken, we’ll see temperatures continue to drop in the coming days.

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