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We saw snow showers Sunday morning but Sunday afternoon dried up quite nicely. However, as we enter into the new workweek we are watching a parade of storms that could provide plenty of wind, rain, and mountain snow for a majority of the coming days.

Posted: Feb 10, 2019 7:21 PM
Updated: Feb 10, 2019 7:21 PM

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levels with it. however, because cold air is already in place, we could end up with a few wet snow showers before it turns to rainfall in the westside valleys. snow levels will be about 1,000' as we start feeling the first impacts of this system later tonight. places at higher elevations throughout the region will see accumulations as this system moves in. temperatures will be warmer tonight than they were last night, but they will still be fairly chilly. the rogue valley and northern california will see overnight low temperatures in the upper 20s to mid 30s. the klamath basin will see overnight low temperatures in the upper teens to low 20s. the coast looks to remain mild with low temperatures hanging in the low 40s. a winter weather advisory has been issued for eastern curry and josephine counties for elevations above 2,500' from 10 pm tonight - 10 am monday, for jackson county for elevations above 1,500' from 10 pm tonight - 10 am monday, and for the cascades and siskiyous from 10 pm tonight - 10 am tuesday. all of these locations will see accumulating snow for this early week system. a wind advisory has been issued for northeast siskiyou county from 4 am monday - 4 pm tuesday and for the klamath basin for elevations below from 10 pm tonight - 4 am wednesday, and for the shasta valley from 1 pm monday - 10 pm tuesday. winds during this advisory period could gust up to 55 mph. a high wind warning has been issued for the coast from 1 pm monday - 4 am tuesday. winds during this watch period could gust as high as 55-70 mph. tomorrow: we are going to see this system impact the area monday afternoon through tuesday morning. snow levels will rise above valley level monday afternoon so any lingering snow in the valley will transition to rain as we go throughout your day. temperatures on monday will be warmer than weave seen over the past few days with the rogue valley and northern california seeing temperatures in the low to mid 40s. the klamath basin may finally break out of freezing temperatures with highs in the low to mid 30s. the coast looks to remain mild with temperatures in the upper 40s approaching 50. extended: we are tracking a system on tuesday that will bring plenty of precipitation to the area through wednesday. lower elevations will see mainly rainfall, but higher elevations could see very heavy snow and strong winds. with this tuesday system, a winter storm watch has been issued for eastern curry, josephine, and jackson counties for elevations above 2,500' from 10 am tuesday - 4 pm wednesday, for western and southeast siskiyou county for elevations above 3,000' 10 am tuesday - 4 pm wednesday, and for the cascade and siskiyou mountains 10 am tuesday - 4 pm wednesday. all of these locations are going to be subject to extremely heavy snow and high winds. pass travel will be difficult to almost impossible during the winter storm watch period. after wednesday, we do look like we may get a slight break on thursday before more unsettled weather rolls in for the latter stages of the week. the system set to impact us on friday and saturday looks like it could be associated with lower snow levels. we will continue to monitor that situation as it gets closer. so hopefully, that will not impact your plans too much. the grange co-op donated to 4-h clubs in our area in a big way in
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