Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

The Douglas County fires are bringing our air quality down quite a bit. Medford and Shady Cove are in the unhealthy Category. The rest of the valley is ether low Moderate level or high Good level. The smoke will be staying with us throughout the day. Our low level winds are out of the north which is bring in the Douglas County fire's smoke and ash south into the valley. Also, our high level winds are out of the South which are bringing the California Fire's smoke north into southern Oregon.



Forecast

  • Today:  The Douglas County fires are bringing our air quality down quite a bit. Medford and Shady Cove are in the unhealthy Category. The rest of the valley is ether low Moderate level or high Good level. The smoke will be staying with us throughout the day. Our low level winds are out of the north which is bring in the Douglas County fire's smoke and ash south into the valley. Also, our high level winds are out of the South which are bringing the California Fire's smoke north into southern Oregon.
  • Tonight:  Expect a few showers and storms throughout the night. Smoke will still be present as well.
  • Tomorrow:  Sunday's temperatures will not be as highs previous days, but they will still be above average. In addition, isolated showers and storms will be possible for most locations. Patchy smoke throughout the day.
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Weather Discussion

StormWatch 12 Forecast

The Douglas County fires are bringing our air quality down quite a bit. Medford and Shady Cove are in the unhealthy Category. The rest of the valley is ether low Moderate level or high Good level. The smoke will be staying with us throughout the day. Our low level winds are out of the north which is bring in the Douglas County fire's smoke and ash south into the valley. Also, our high level winds are out of the South which are bringing the California Fire's smoke north into southern Oregon.

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