VIDEO FORECAST: Dry Thursday

After seeing widespread rain and snow showers on Wednesday, we are expecting to see sunshine and passing clouds for your Thursday afternoon.

Posted: Feb. 21, 2019 8:22 AM
Updated: Feb. 21, 2019 8:22 AM

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trend. however, we do expect some pop-up snow showers near the cascades and for parts of the east side through the day. otherwise, mostly sunny and milder along the coast with highs around 50. we'll see increasing sunshine in our westside valleys with highs in the 30s. temperatuers will stay below freezing for highs in our higher elevations and in the klamath basin. those areas will also have some breezy north winds too. a frost advisory remains in effect until 8 am for the oregon coast. expect plentiful frost and slick roadways in western conditions tonight along with very cold temperatures. the rogue valley and northern california will see overnight low teteteteteteeratus bottom out in the upper teens to mid 20s. folks in the klamath basin will in the northern reaches of the klamath basin may experience negative temperatures this evening. the coast will once again be week, but temperatures will still be below average for this time of the year. more active weather returns just oregon on saturday with isolated activity in siskiyou county. snow levels will be around 2,500', possibly less early saturday. the forecast gets more uncertain sunday through wednesday of next however, exact amounts, timing and snow levels are area rivers and streams could be impacted by next week's possible soggy newswatch 12 wants to help one lucky couple have the wedding
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