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VIDEO FORECAST: Valley & Coastal Rain, Mountain Snow

Rain and snow will impact the area Wednesday. Heavy snow and difficult travel is likely in the higher elevations. Winds will be strong as well in some areas Wednesday.

Posted: Tue Jan 23 19:02:25 PST 2018
Updated: Tue Jan 23 19:02:26 PST 2018

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day will remain dry for inland locations. showers will be off and on for the coastline ahead of a warm front pushing on shore by this afternoon. gusty winds ahead of the front has from 4 pm this afternoon until tomorrow morning. likewise, a high wind warning has been issued in advance for eastern klamath county and lake county from 4 am - 10 pm wednesday. sustained southerly winds between 35-40 mph are possible, with gusts as high as 60 mph. heavier and steadier rain moves in tonight and tomorrow. as the colder air moves in behind a cold night, snow levels will be as low as 2,000 feet. we could see a few flakes across the foothills in jackson county. above 3,500 feet from 4 am - 10 pm wednesday. a winter wednesday. heavy snow is expected across the higher elevations, especially through the day tomorrow. hopefully you can enjoy some of the upcoming weather. thanks. [d4]your voice your vote-stinger tonight - you now have an hour and a half left to turn in your
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