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StormWatch 12 Forecast

While the Chetco Effect won’t be as strong tomorrow and Brookings won’t be as hot, for inland locations, some places will see high temperatures close to 110 degrees by the afternoon.



Forecast

  • Today:  High temperatures will be back in the triple digits across west side valleys Thursday. Some locations will near 110 degrees, so a HEAT ADVISORY remains in effect. Along the coast, the Chetco Effect will not be as strong, so highs will be in the 70's in Brookings. Winds from the NNE 10-20 mph along the coast, with light and variable winds inland.
  • Tonight:  Skies will be clear, but temperatures will be mild due to the intense afternoon heat in most locations. Lows will be mainly in the 60's and 70's with 50's for the high terrain and Klamath Basin.
  • Tomorrow:  Friday brings another dose of intense heat. Highs will be in the 90's and triple digits for most locations and skies will be mostly sunny. The HEAT ADVISORY for western locations will remain in effect due to the very hot afternoon.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

While the Chetco Effect won’t be as strong tomorrow and Brookings won’t be as hot, for inland locations, some places will see high temperatures close to 110 degrees by the afternoon.

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