VIDEO FORECAST: Mild & Dry Weather Continues

Sunshine with patchy haze for your Sunday. Highs will climb into the 50s and 60s. The coast could see some impacts from the marine layer at times Sunday. Meanwhile, big changes in our weather ahead later this upcoming week as we get closer to Thanksgiving.

Posted: Sat Nov 17 17:48:37 PST 2018
Updated: Sat Nov 17 17:48:37 PST 2018

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stormwatch 12 weather with chief meteorologist matt hoffman." an air stagnation advisory remains in effect for southern oregon until 4 am tuesday east of the cascades and until 4 am wednesday for areas west of the cascades. light winds and poor mixing will keep our skies hazy and pollutants near the surface. we will continue to see impacts to air quality. tonight: clear skies and patchy haze overnight with chilly temperatures. lows around freezing in our westside valleys with lows in the 10s to around 20 in the basin. along the coast, lows will be in the 40s with some cloud and fog impacts from the marine layer. tomorrow: the marine layer will impact the coast again tomorrow for your sunday. inland, hazy sunshine and mild temperatures are expected with highs in the 50s and 60s. extended: overall, quiet weather will continue through tuesday with hazy sunshine for much of the region. nights will be cold, but our afternoons will continue to be mild and above average. we'll likely see more smoke work up from the camp fire. expect periods of reduced and poor air quality over the next few days. our weather will change drastically starting on wednesday. the first of several rounds of wet weather will impact southern oregon, northern california, and much of the west coast region. showers will spread east as we go through the day on wednesday. most of the shower activity should be fairly light. however, some moderate will be possible in northern california and for the coast. snow will be possible for our highest elevations and mountain peaks including crater lake and mount ashland. showers will likely linger into your thanksgiving morning. we'll get a break before the next storm moves in later on thursday and into thursday night for your turkey day. this storm will be stronger ...packing moderate to heavy rainfall and gusty winds. snow levels will likley plummet thursday night down to around the siskiyou summit. you can expect accumulating snow in our higher elevations and likely some slick conditions through the passes into black friday. these weather conditions will likely make for some tricky travel around thanksgiving. if you can leave sooner, that might be a good idea. we'll continue to monitor these storm systems for next week. exact rain and snow amounts, snow levels, and timing all have to be ironed out. we'll be able to provide more specifics in the coming days. with this jake notre dame is essentially two
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