Speech to Text for Heavy Rain & Snow, Strong Winds
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"here's a live look 4,500'. rai showers are expected to become more widespread as we enter into your wednesday night. temperatures will be fairly mild overnight staying mainly in the mid 30s to mid 40s. some places in our higher elevations may dip down into the 20s. a winter storm warning has been issued for elevations above 5,500' around the mt. shasta area in southern siskiyou co. until 10 pm thursday. snow amounts of 30-40"+ are possible from this storm system, including at mt. shasta ski park and along everitt memorial highway. strong winds and heavy snow will make for difficult to even impossible travel. a winter weather advisory has been issued for elevations above 4,000' in siskiyou county until 10 pm thursday. stretches of hwy 89, hwy 97, hwy 3 and sawyers bar road are all included in this advisory southern siskiyou co., we could be looking at as much as 30" of snow! gusty winds will also lead to blowing snow making for greatly reduced visibility. travel could be very difficult under these conditions. highs wednesday will be in the 40s and 50s for most of warning has been posted for the shasta valley from 10 am wednesday to 1 am thursday and for the coast from 1 am to 4 pm thursday for possible south winds gusting up to 65 mph. a wind advisory has been posted for the rogue valley from 10 am southeast winds could gust up to 45 to 50 mph. extended: thursday night could see snow levels as low as 3,500'. more unsettled weather is expected this snow levels could be a lot lower with that system as we head towards sunday. it does appear that will get a break in the action early next week. joesphine county sheriff's office and the us marshall need