Speech to Text for Heavy Rain, Snow & Strong Winds
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storm. we're turning now to stormwatch 12 meterologist, caitlin harvey. here's a look at some of the weather around the region. we are tracking a system on tuesday that will bring plenty of precipitation to the area through wednesday. heavy snow and strong winds. winter storm warnings have been issued for the cascades and siskiyous, including the siskiyou summit from 4 pm tuesday through 10 am wednesday, for elevations above 2,500' in curry & 2,500' from 4 pm tuesday to 10 am wednesday and for the higher elevations of siskiyou co. above 3,000' from 4 pm tuesday to 4 pm wednesday. heavy snow and advisory for klamath and lake counties from 4 pm tuesday to 10 am wednesday and for central siskiyou co. from 10 am tuesday to 10 am wednesday. these locations will see snow accumulations of at least a few inches and are near crater lake picking up over 2 feet of snow. the i-5 siskiyou summit will likely see upwards of 8-12" of snow. in the passes north of grants pass along i-5 should avoid snowfall from this storm. heavy rainfall for the coast and our lower elevations is expected. rain totals near the coast will likely be over 3". extended: rain and snow showers could linger for your valentine's day between storm systems. the system set to impact us on that situation as it gets closer. you just heard caitlin talk about a storm that's going to in