Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

Some of the hottest temperatures of the year thus far are expected in the coming days, with the triple digits starting Wednesday.



Forecast

  • Today:  Highs Wednesday will be in the triple digits across west side valleys. Along the coast, Brookings will be back to the 80's and 90's. A HEAT ADVISORY is in effect for the Curry Coast, and one will take effect for the inland valleys Wednesday afternoon. The FIRE WEATHER WARNING will expire at 11 AM. Expect plenty of sunshine across the region. Winds NNE 5 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph.
  • Tonight:  Overnight lows will vary a bit through the region. Along and east of the Cascades will dip into the 40's and 50's with 60's across west side valleys and northern California. Along the coast, Brookings will barely dip into the 70's. Skies will be mostly clear for all locations.
  • Tomorrow:  Thursday will be one of the hottest days of the week and possibly even the year. Forecast highs in the Rogue Valley will reach close to 110 degrees, so the HEAT ADVISORY will remain in effect. Elsewhere, highs will still be in the 90's and triple digits. Along the coast, the Chetco Effect will begin to wane a bit.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Some of the hottest temperatures of the year thus far are expected in the coming days, with the triple digits starting Wednesday.

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