Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

Fire danger is at an all-time high now that we enter a heat wave, and winds continue over dry conditions. Several Warnings and Advisories are in place through the weekend.



Forecast

  • Today:  Sunny skies with temperatures running 10-15 degrees warmer than yesterday. Hot temperatures across the board. Brookings will continue with the Chetco warming and see the 90’s this afternoon. A HEAT ADVISORY is in effect for the Curry County Coastline. Winds: Mainly northeasterly 5-20 mph with gusts to 40. Dry conditions, along with the gusty winds will keep the RED FLAG WARNING in effect through Wednesday morning.
  • Tonight:  Temperatures will cool back down to mild across the region, but will run warmer than last night. Brookings will likely only get down to the 70’s with continued Chetco warming. The peak of the Delta Aquarids meteor shower will happen tonight. Skies will be clear, but the almost full moon may block out much of the shower.
  • Tomorrow:  Tomorrow, temperatures will run warmer by another 5-10 degrees. Skies remain clear overhead, and the Chetco Effect will continue to keep Brookings much warmer than the rest of the coast. The coastal HEAT ADVISORY will remain in effect, and another one will go into effect for the western valleys in the afternoon. The RED FLAG WARNING should expire in the late morning.
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Rogue Valley 7-day
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Weather Discussion

StormWatch 12 Forecast

Fire danger is at an all-time high now that we enter a heat wave, and winds continue over dry conditions. Several Warnings and Advisories are in place through the weekend.

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