Speech to Text for Tracking Showers into the Weekend
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meteorologist caitlin harvey "here's a live look at klamath falls." today: we are mostly dry and mild heading into your thursday with a chance for very spotty, light showers in the lower 60s in the rogue valley, mid to upper 50s along the coast and in northern california, and the could gust up to 20 mph along the coast. a beach elevated risk of sneaker waves, especially for west and northwest facing beaches. sudden and unusually high beach run-ups are possible resulting in an increased risk of drowning or injury to those in or gradually move back into the region ahead of our next will drop into the upper 20s and lower 30s in the klamath basin and cascades, in the upper 30s and lower 40s in tracking a more potent system set to arrive throughout the day friday. expect rain and mountain snow to spread into the region to end the week with see some minor accumulations of 2-4" with less than 1" of snow at the siskiyou summit by saturday morning. spotty showers will linger on system will bring more rain and snow to start next week. next week is looking i'll keep tracking these conditions, and keep you updated to any changes. thanks, caitlin starbucks logo is already green -- but now it's testing to see if