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VIDEO FORECAST: Bitter Cold Temperatures Tonight

Cold tonight with icy stretches on the roads, especially, higher elevations. More snow possible Tuesday night.

Posted: Mon Feb 19 18:35:16 PST 2018
Updated: Mon Feb 19 18:35:16 PST 2018

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announcer says "now, stormwatch 12 weather." a few spotty snow and rain showers have continued this afternoon, but overall most areas remain dry under mostly cloudy skies. tonight and tomorrow morning we will experience the coldest temperatures we've had so far this winter. we will be monitoring the plummeting temperatures carefully as record lows may be broken. black ice will be a concern overnight and tomorrow morning with lows below zero, for tomorrow morning east of the cascades. conditions will remain mostly dry for tuesday morning and afternoon before another disturbance moves in tuesday evening into wednesday morning. some minor accumulations are expected with potentially less than 1" of accumulation in the rogue valley. enough to make for slick conditions for your morning commute on wednesday. snow levels look to stay low by mid- week, and timing differences is something we will have to nail down. another system makes its way here by saturday and sunday. hopefully you can enjoy some of the upcoming weather. thanks. [d4]continuing coverage-stinger continuing coverage - southern oregonians are
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