Rain and snow returns to the region this weekend. It'll get heavier and more widespread as we head into Sunday. Heavy snow and strong winds will create dangerous travel conditions in the mountains. Heavy rains into next week are increasing the concerns for flooding too.

Posted: Feb. 22, 2019 7:10 PM
Updated: Feb. 22, 2019 7:10 PM

Speech to Text for VIDEO FORECAST: Wet Weekend

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stormwatch 12 weather tonight: we'll begin to see the effects of our next storm system heading into tonight. showers will start to move in along the coast and snow into the cascades. rain and snow showers will continue to become more widespread as we head throughout the night with snow levels dropping to nearly 2,000'. overnight lows will drop into the low to mid 20s in the klamath basin, cascades, and northern california, the low to mid 30s in the rogue valley, and in the lower 40s along the coast. tomorrow: we'll see spotty light to 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 before rising to 3,500' in the afternoon. a surge of heavier rain and snow will begin to push into the region tomorrow night into sunday. heavy rain is expected along the coast with heavy snow for the coastal ranges and the klamath and lake counties, and for elevations above 3,000' in western siskiyou county where significant snow of 1 to 2 feet is possible from 4 pm saturday to 10 am monday. hopefully you can enjoy some of the upcoming weather. thanks. [c4]ca parent plead guilty-stinger following up on the horrific case out of perris, california.
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