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VIDEO FORECAST: Weather Pattern Shift

Hazy sunshine and mild weather again for your Tuesday. A storm system will arrive Wednesday bringing rain showers and snow up in the mountains. Cooler and blustery winds expected too. A stronger storm will bring rain and snow Thanksgiving into Black Friday.

Posted: Mon Nov 19 18:51:01 PST 2018
Updated: Mon Nov 19 18:51:01 PST 2018

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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 an tonight and more cold temperatures. some fog is possible along the coast and in some of our westside valleys. overnight lows will fall into the 30s and 40s along the coast. we'll fall below freezing in our single digits. tomorrow: hazy sunshine and dry weather for your tuesday. clouds will start to increase from the west later in the day. highs will be mild and above average again with highs in the 50s and have a wind advisory from 7 pm tuesday to 4 pm wednesday. south winds could gust as high as 45 mph. weather will impact southern oregon, northern california, and much of the west coast, in general. showers will spread east as we go through the day on wednesday. most of the shower activity should be fairly light. however, some moderate rain will be possible in northern california and for the coast. snow will be likely for our highest elevations thanksgiving morning and snow levels will drop down to 5,500'. another, stronger storm will arrive thanksgiving afternoon; packing moderate to heavy rainfall for the region. we'll also see some strong and gusty winds for the mountains, in the shasta valley and the klamath basin. snow levels could fall to 4,500' by early black friday morning. but they should rise up again pretty quick. you can expect accumulating snow in our higher elevations, mainly above 5,000' or so. these weather conditions will likely make for some tricky travel around thanksgiving. if you can leave sooner, that might be a good idea, especially before thanksgiving, itself. levels, and timing can still change. however, it does look like some benefical rain and snow is heading our way with the highest amounts for the coast and coastal mountains, cascades, and the stormwatch 12 for updates on your forecast on-air and online. be sure to download the stormwatch 12 weather app for your mobile phone. hopefully you can enjoy some of the upcoming weather. thanks. [c4]fill the boot-vo firefighters are just wrapping up their fill the boot collections
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