Showers will persist into this evening with snow falling on the east side and a chance for isolated thunderstorms at the coast and over the Siskiyous. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued until 9 Wednesday morning for east Klamath and Lake counties for a trace up to 4 inches of snow tonight. Snow and blowing snow will impact travel, especially over the high country and the Warner Mountains. Shower activity will diminish by morning with only a slight chance for isolated showers in the Cascades early tomorrow with increasing sunshine across the region through the day.
Clouds will be on the increase Thursday with showers returning to the area though most activity will be along and west of the Cascades. Spotty showers will persist into the weekend, with most showers forming at the coast and in the Cascades. Shower activity will be light and isolated as high pressure builds back into the area; in fact if this ridge builds in stronger this weekend we could see dry conditions, but at this time I’m keeping isolated showers in the forecast. Temperatures will warm into the weekend and next week with mid-60s for the east side and coast by Monday and mid-70s for west side valleys!
Thanks for logging on and have a great evening!
Meteorologist Megan Parry