VIDEO FORECAST: Showery Saturday

We are going to be seeing plenty of rain and snow showers around the region today with a rumble of thunder possible for locations west of the Cascades. Sunshine is expected to make a brief return on Sunday before more rain impacts the area come Monday.

Posted: Mar 23, 2019 9:34 AM
Updated: Mar 23, 2019 9:53 AM

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meteorologist jeff donovan" today: spotty showers will linger on saturday with widespread spotty rain and snow showers in the afternoon. snow levels will be between 4,000' - 4,500' through the day. cool temperatures are expected today with highs in the 40s and 50s for most areas and some 30s up in the mountains. some isolated thunderstorms are possible along and west of the cascades saturday afternoon including in the rogue valley. tonight: lingering rain and snow showers look to taper off tonight signling the start of a dry sunday to come. temperatures will be chilly tonight and therefore frost is expected to be a widespread concern as we enter into sunday morning. overnight low temperatures will drop into ththththlow to mid 30s tonight in the rogue valley. northern california will experience widespread temperatures below freezing tonight as temperatures look to dip into the upper 20s. the klamath basin will see temperatures in the low to mid 20s tonight with some folks seeing temperatures plummet into the teens overnight. the coast will be the mild spot this evening with temperatures bottoming out in the low 40s. extended: sunday is looking brighter and warmer before another system will bring more rain and snow to start next week. monday is looking soggy with snow up in our higher elevations above 4,000'. a winter storm watch has been issued for western and eastern siskiyou county from 1am - 11am monday. elevations over 4,000' can expect moderate to heavy snow during this time. accumulations are expected to be anywhere from 4-8" during the watch period. pass travel could be trecherous over snowman's summitt on monday. lingering rain and snow showers could impact the area on tuesday with widespread we weather impacting the area once again wednesday into thursday with temperatures cooler than average next week. it does look like we dry out by next friday. that's a look at what you can expect for the week ahead.
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