VIDEO FORECAST: Drying Out Monday

The widespread heavy rainfall we have experienced this weekend is going to subside as we enter your workweek. We still have the possibility of isolated showers Monday through Wednesday, but these showers will be extremely spotty and very light.

Posted: Jan. 20, 2019 7:41 PM
Updated: Jan. 20, 2019 7:41 PM

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trend. clouds look to remain thick tonight obscuring the luner eclipse from view. lows tonight will be in the upper 20s to low 30s in northern california, the mid to upper 30s in the rogue valley, the low 20s to low 30s in the basin and cascades, and hanging in the upper 30s to low 40s for the coast. a flood warning has been issued for the rogue river near agness until 2 am monday. flood stage for the rogue river near agness is 17.0'. the river is projected to crest at 17.5'. minor flooding is expected. if you come across a roadway that is submerged in water, do not drive through it. a winter weather advisory remains in effect for the siskiyou mountains, south oregon cascades, and central oregon cascades until 4 am monday. during this time, elevations over 4,000' are subject to heavy blowing snow. snow accumulations will mainly be 4-6" with local amounts over 12". this snow could make sunday pass travel difficult. tomorrow: isolated rain and snow showers will stick around for your monday. most of these showers look to be very light in nature and will mainly occur in the morning. many folks will not see any shower activity at all. temperatures tomorrow will be cool around the region. this will especially be true in the basin and cascades where daytime high temperatures will top out in the mid 30s with some folks not seeing temperatures above freezing. communities in the rogue valley and northern california will see temperatures in the in the low to mid 40s with places on the coast going to near 50. extended: two very weak systems look to arc north of us on tuesday into wednesday. although they do not pose any kind of big threat to our region, a stray shower cannot be totally ruled out. if any showers do work their way into our region on tuesday or wednesday, these showers will be very isolated in nature. most people will not see any shower activity at all on tuesday or wednesday. starting on thursday, the chance of rain leaves completely allowing the region to experience plenty of sunshine and mild temperatures. so hopefully, that will not impact your plans too much. a massive explosion rang out in northern ireland last
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