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Cooler weather expected into the weekend.

Posted: Thu Feb 08 18:58:51 PST 2018
Updated: Thu Feb 08 18:58:51 PST 2018

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precipitation to the area. what this front will do instead is bring temperatures back to normal ending the stretch of well-above normal weather through. this system will bring the next bit of precipitation with it. overall, this system is not expected to bring any significant impacts besides being a dramatic change to the warm and dry week weve previously had. that being said, snow levels will be rather low--about 2500 feet--at the tail end of the system. so a snow may be seen along i-5 at siskiyou summit as well as some of the higher mountain passes. a stray shower could even cause a few flakes to reach the roads of sexton summit, but accumulations should be minimal. the highest amounts will be in the cascades above 4000 feet where 3 to 6 inches of total snowfall would be possible. meanwhile, up to 3 inches of snow above 2500 feet are possible. the two day total precipitation is now expected to be a tenth to a quarter of an inch for the mountains from the cascades westward, with amounts around a third of an inch in the coos coastal mountains, along portions of the umpqua divide, and across eastern douglas county. other areas will generally experience a tenth of an inch or less if the going forecast remains on track. snow levels are expected to be in the 2500 to 3500 foot range with snow amounts of a inches are possible from crater lake northward depending on the track of the low. it looks like conditions will clear monday afternoon through tuesday morning resulting in a seasonably chilly night and morning. north and northwest winds will be moderate to locally strong and gusty behind the trough monday afternoon through tuesday morning across the mountains and east side. dry air will allow temperatures to rebound tuesday. hopefully you can enjoy some of the upcoming weather. thanks. [553]ultimate date night-up on fs x 2 valentine's day is less than two weeks away now...
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