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Warm & Breezy Thursday, Wet Tomorrow

Warm & Breezy Thursday, Wet Tomorrow

Posted: Dec. 13, 2018 6:38 AM
Updated: Dec. 13, 2018 7:32 AM

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eze kicks up across the area temperatures will be unseasonably mild in the afternoon. highs in many of our west valleys will climb into the 50s with 50s expected along the coast too. much of the klamath basin will see the mercury rise into the 40s tomorrow afternoon. extended: winds will continue to strengthen as we head into thursday night ahead of the next storm system that is set to bring scattered rain and snow on friday. the rain 6,000' then fall through the afternoon. there will be a period of very heavy snow and blowing snow thanks to gusty winds times. this is a quick moving system so rain and snow amounts won't be too impressive despite a period of likely moderate to heavy night. a high wind watch has been issued for much of the 30-40 mph are possible, with gusts up to 60 mph. a high surf advisory has been issued for the oregon coast an increased chance of sneaker waves. use caution along our area beaches. saturday looks to be mainly dry with mostly cloudy skies. the next storm system will gradually spread wet weather back into the region throughout the day sunday. we're also expecting some more strong winds with this system, but higher snow soggy through the first part of next week. temperatures look to remain above average though. "but now here's a live look at the caveman bridge in grants
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