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VIDEO FORECAST: Wet & Windy Tonight

Areas of rain and snow overnight with falling snow levels down to 3,000'. Most of the accumulating snow though will be above 4,500'. We dry out by Wednesday morning with a dry stretch until Friday.

Posted: Dec. 11, 2018 6:55 PM
Updated: Dec. 11, 2018 6:55 PM

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oregon coast from the port of brookings harbor. watching announcer says "stormwatch 12 weather with chief meteorologist matt hoffman." "here's a live look at the port of brookings harbor. tonight: we're expecting widespread rain and snow this evening and tonight as the main cold front pushes through southern oregon and northern california. snow levels are rather high this afternoon, around 6,000', and higher for some areas. snow levels will plummet quickly tonight down to coastal mountains with over 1/2" likely. in the rogue valley, rain amounts will be 1/10" - 2/10" with higher amounts up in the cascades where we don't see snow. lower precipitation amounts east of the cascades and in northern california. for snow, little accumulation in the basin and northern california. mt. ashland could see 1-2". along the cascades, at least a few inches are likely with the the region with the strongest winds in the basin. areas east of the cascades are under a wind advisory until 4 am tomorrow. winds out of the southwest could gust as high as 45 to 55 mph. tomorrow: most of the rain and snow will be out of here by of fog in our westside valleys. otherwise, expect a mix of sunshine and clouds for your wednesday with highs climbing into the 40s and 50s west of the cascades with 30s in our higher elevations and in the basin. extended: thursday looks mild, dry and warmer under partly cloudy skies. however, in the morning, fog and freezing fog will likely be an issue again. winds will pick up later in the day out ahead of the next storm system that is set to bring scattered rain and snow on friday. snow levels look to be lower with this sytem, around 3,500' or so throughout the day. we'll likely have some greater impacts to travel through the passes along with some gusty winds. a heavy surf advisory has been issued for the oregon coast through 4 am saturday. a powerful northwest swell will create breakers up to 24 feet along the coast with an increased chance of sneaker waves. use caution along our area beaches. these storms will continue to be quick-moving. some of us will catch a bit of a break on saturday before more rain and snow sunday and into early next week. hopefully you can enjoy some of the upcoming weather. thanks. [d5]only on 12-stinger
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