VIDEO FORECAST: Lingering Snow Showers

We are going to be seeing lingering snow showers tonight into tomorrow morning. Mostly dry conditions can be expected for Sunday afternoon before another storm system starts to impact our region Sunday night.

Posted: Feb 9, 2019 11:43 PM
Updated: Feb 9, 2019 11:43 PM

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around tonight and continue as we head into sunday morning. these snow showers uld be locally heavy and we could see accumulations in the valley during this time. cold temperatures are expected tonight meaning anything that does accumulate today and tonight will freeze heading into sunday. this could lead to a messy sunday morning commute for anyone heading out. temperatures are expected to dip down into the single digits to mid teens in the klamath basin, in the mid 20s to low 30s in northern california and the rogue valley, and low to mid 30s can be expected for our coast. a winter storm warning has been issued for the areas of siskiyou county for elevations above 3,000', southern oregon cascades and siskiyous at all elevations until pm saturday, in klamath and lake counties above 4,500' from 4 am saturday until 10 pm saturday, in jackson county for elevations above 2,000' from 10 pm friday until 10 pm saturday, and in curry and josephine counties for elevations above 1,500' from 10 pm friday to 4 am sunday. gusty winds in our higher elevations and east of the cascades could lead to blowing snow and further reduced visibility. a winter weather advisory has been issued for klamath and lake counties below 4,500' from 10 pm friday until 10 pm saturday, siskiyou county below 3,000' from 10 pm friday until 4 am sunday, for the southern oregon coast below 1,500' from 4 pm saturday until 4 am sunday, josephine county below 1,500' from 4 am saturday until 4 am sunday, and for jackson county below 2,000' from 4 am until 10 pm saturday. tomorrow: we will continue to see snow showers linger for most of the region sunday morning. as we get into the afternoon hours, the shower chance decreases dramatically leading to a fairly calm day. temperatures will be cold tomorrow with many folks not breaking out of the mid to upper 30s in the rogue valley and northern california. the klamath basin and cascades are looking cold with temperatures not breaking out of the mid 20s or low 30s for most folks. the coast will remain the mild spot in our region with temperatures in the low 40s. due to low temperatures tonight and into tomorrow, be aware slick roads are still a very real possibility even on sunday afternoon. drive cautiously if you are heading out at all on sunday. extended: another system is set to impact us on monday. snow levels will rise to around 2,500' as this monday storm makes its way into our is the possibility that locations could see wet snow before rainfall monday morning into monday afternoon. that is a situation we are tracking very closely. a separate system looks to impact us on tuesday that could potentially have lower snow levels associated with it. regardless of snow impacts monday or tuesday in lower elevations, the mountains are going to get pummelled with snow during these systems. road conditions look to be very hazardous on monday, tuesday, and wednesday in our mountains. keep that in mind if you have plans to cross any mountain passes in the coming week. [c4]weather-2shot desk we're looking at a few changes over the coming days. the newswatch 12 "sportsmen's and outdoor recreation show"
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