Speech to Text for Afternoon Rain & Snow, Drought Report
Below is the closed-captioning text associated with this video. Since this uses automated speech to text spelling and grammar may not be accurate.
meteorologist caitlin harvey." today: snow levels this morning are down near 1,500', with some wintry mix possible even lower. showers will continue this morning across the region, with a slight lull in the activity by midday. expect snow levels to rise to return later this afternoon and evening, bringing more rain and snow for the evening commute. expect highs today near freezing in the cascades, siskiyous and klamath basin, back into the low to mid 40s warning remains in effect for western and southern siskiyou county above 3,000' where upwards of 1-2' of co. where 8-16" of snow is saturday, including the siskiyou summit, hwy 140 at this morning where 5-10" of where 6-12" of snow is region, we turn to jeff donovan for a look at our drought status. jeff, have we seen any as much deficit as we've had, we still need more rain and snow for the snow pack the