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Forecast: Dry Sunday

Fog could be possible for our westside valleys on Sunday morning. Once that burns off however, we will see plenty of sunshine and temperatures will be warm again throughout the region.

Posted: Jan. 12, 2019 7:24 PM
Updated: Jan. 12, 2019 7:24 PM

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announcer says "now, stormwatch 12 weather with meteorologist jeff donovan." tonight: partly to mostly cloudy skies will linger tonight for the region. patchy fog could develop once again tonight and into tomorrow morning. temperatures are going to be chilly this evening. lows tonight will dip into the 10s and 20s east of the cascades with 30s in our westside valleys with 40s along the coast. tomorrow: sunshine and mild weather continues for your sunday with dry weather across the region. morning fog could be an issue in our westside valleys as well as in northern california. our temperatures may drop a bit on sunday. westside valleys and the coast could see temperatures in the mid to upper 50s, the klamath basin and cascades will see temperatures in the low to mid 40s, and northern california can expect temps in the mid 40s to lower 50s.if your plans are taking you to the beach on sunday, be aware that a beach hazards statement is in effect from 4 am sunday morning until 11 pm sunday night. there will be an increased risk of sneaker waves and the potential for higher than usual wave run up during this time. be alert near the water on sunday and never turn your back on the ocean. extended: monday looks calm but wet weather looks to return by the middle of next week. tuesday and wednesday look soggy in northern california with the first of two storm systems to impact southern oregon and northern california. wet weather won't be as widespread in southern oregon with that first storm although showers are possible. a more potent storm system looks to impact our entire region on thursday with widespread rain and snow, along with gusty winds. we may see a bit of a break on friday before another potential system impacts our area next saturday. the details of the potential thursday and saturday systems are still being worked out. we will continue to monitor these potential storms and keep you updated as we gain more information as they get closer. right now - at least four people are dead as a major right now - at least four people are dead as a major snowstorm
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