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VIDEO FORECAST: Drying Out Monday

Rain and snow likely overnight, but it'll dry out for most areas by Monday morning. Some lingering rain and snow showers will be possible in our higher elevations. Otherwise, look for increasing sunshine for most areas, especially, in the Rogue Valley. More rain and snow likely on Tuesday.

Posted: Dec. 9, 2018 6:40 PM
Updated: Dec. 9, 2018 6:40 PM

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levels will drop down to 4,000' tonight. snow totals don't look too impressive with this storm, the cascades will see at least a few inches with up to 6" towards crater lake. mount ashland will see a couple inches or so. otherwise, mostly cloudy with lows in the 30s and 20s inland with 40s along the coast. tomorrow: a few snow showers will linger through the for the rogue valley and highs in the upper 40s. low clouds will likely linger in the grants pass area. we'll see a mix of sunshine and clouds developing for the coast and in northern california. partly to mostly cloudy skies for the cascades and basin. highs monday will climb into the 40s for westside locations with 30s up in the higher elevations and in the klamath basin. along the coast, it'll be milder with highs in the 50s. extended: another storm system will roll in tuesday into tuesday night with widespread rain and snow. winds will also be blustery with this system tuesday into wednesday. rain and snow totals look to be more significant with this storm. snow levels will climb to 6,000' as this system arrives, but they should crash down to as low as 3,000' by later tuesday night. expect more significant snow accumulations up in the cascades with 6-12" possible. most of us will dry out on wednesday besides the cascades seeing lingering snow still. thursday looks dry with another storm system to bring rain and snow on friday. these storms will continue to be quick moving. we'll see another break on saturday then more rain and snow sunday. so hopefully, that will not impact your plans too much. a winter storm is moving across the southern part of the
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