VIDEO FORECAST: Cold & Clear Tonight

Clearing skies and cold temperatures across our area tonight. We stay dry for your Friday, but rain and snow will start to push in for the weekend. Heavy rain and snow is looking more and more likely Sunday into next week.

Posted: Feb. 21, 2019 6:54 PM
Updated: Feb. 21, 2019 6:54 PM

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meteorologist matt hoffman." "here's a live look at ashland from the oregon shakespeare festival. "here's a live look at the caveman bridge in grants pass from taprock northwest grill. "here's a live look at the oregon coast from the port of brookings harbor. tonight: we are going to continue to see dry conditions tonight along with very cold temperatures. the rogue valley and northern california will see overnight low temperatures bottom out in the upper teens to mid 20s. these areas will likely also see more freezing fog. some of the fog could be locally dense. folks in the klamath basin wl experience frigid temperatures tonight wilth lows in the single digits communities in the northern reaches of the klamath basin may experience negative temperatures overnight tonight. the cst will once again be chilly tonight with temperatures in the low to mid 30s. a frost advisory lower and middle 30s expected. tomorrow: a cold start to friday with fog in our valleys. we'll see increasing clouds in the afternoon with temperatures rising into the 40s for our westside valleys. we'll see 30s for highs up in the next storm system will move in as we head into friday night. expect showers to start to impact the coast and snow to impact areas along the cascades as we moderate rain and snow showers along and west of the cascades on saturday with isolated activity in siskiyou county and east of the cascades. snow levels will be around 2,000' in the morning then begin to push in saturday night into sunday. snow levels will rise above the lower passes on sunday, but our higher cascade passes and elevations could see some very significant snow saturday night through monday morning. a winter storm watch has been issued along the cascades and siskyous, the higher elevations of klamath and lake counties and the higher elevations of western siskiyou county where significant snow of 1 to 2 feet is possible from 10 pm saturday to 10 am monday. an through our area packing ample moisture originating from around hawaii. with this set up, we have the potential for very heavy rain and very heavy snow in our higher elevations. snow levels are expected to rise into next week. however, to be cleared up is where exactly the heaviest bands of precipitation set up in our area and exactly how high those snow levels get. exact rain and snow amounts are still fairly uncertain, but the coast has a strong potential of seeing several inches of rain. we'll be able to iron out these details likely over the next day or so, so be sure to keep checking back hopefully you can enjoy some of the upcoming weather. thanks. [d5]today-stinger today is signing day at
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