Speech to Text for VIDEO FORECAST: Soggy & Windy Tuesday
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23. tuincrease and strong winds will develop west of the cascades. rain should begin to move ashore for the coast as we head into this evening. some of the rain could be heavy with even some thunder possible as well. however, most locations will remain dry until the overnight hours. a high wind warning has been issued for the shasta valley in siskiyou county from 11 pm monday 50 mph with gusts up to 70 mph are possible. a wind advisory continues for the shasta valley in siskiyou county and the rogue valley in jackson county through 11 am tuesday and for the klamath basin from 11 pm monday through 5 pm tuesday. winds between 30-35 mph are possible, with gusts as high as 45 mph. a gale warning continues for the coastal waters of southern oregon through 5 pm tuesday. gales up to 40 mph with gusts up to 50 mph are possible, with steep seas between 10-15 area. widespread rain with snow levels starting out high tonight and dropping through the day tuesday down to around 4,000 feet by friday evening. a few thunderstorms could be possible with this sytem, but most will be isolated to the coast. snow levels continue to drop with shower chances continuing for wednesday. temperatures will be much cooler as well, below average for this time of the year through the rest even some isolated showers possible on saturday too. by sunday into monday, we appear to dry out at this time, but that's not a could continue into late march. you can always find out more about the forecast by going to our website, kdrv dot com. the money generated by the