We are getting a break in the weather today with plenty of sunshine and passing clouds to wrap up the weekend. This is going to change in a big way come Monday as a very sloppy system filled with wind, rain, and mountain snow will impact our region.

Posted: Mar. 24, 2019 9:34 AM
Updated: Mar. 24, 2019 9:54 AM

Speech to Text for VIDEO FORECAST: Sunny Sunday

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meteorologist jeff donovan" today: sunshine and passing clouds will be the story today. we are expecting to see spring-like conditions to end the weekend before a sloppy system looks to impact the region on monday. temperatures today will be fairly warm with the rogue valley seeing high temperatures in the low to mid 60s. northern california and the coast will see temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s to wrap up the weekend. the klamath basin and cascade communities will remain cool with temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s. tonight: we will start to see clouds roll back into the region this evening with precipitation working it's way into northern california in the predawn hours of monday morning. this will be the start of a very stormy monday filled with wind and widespread precipiatation. temperatures tonight will be warmer than they were last night. the rogue valley and northern california will experience temperatures in the mid 30s to low 40s overnight tonight. the klamath basin as well as our cascade communities will experience temperatures in the upper 20s to low 30s tonight. the coast will be mild once again with overnight low temperatures in the 40s. extended: this storm system beginning overnight tonight and lasting through monday is going to bring plenty of wind, rain and higher elevation snow to our region. a winter storm warning has been issued for western and eastern siskiyou county from 2am - 5pm monday. elevations over 4,000' can expect moderate to heavy snow during this time. accumulations are expected to be anywhere from 6-12" during the warning period. pass travel could be treacherous over snowmans summit on monday. a winter weather advisory has been issued for south central siskiyou county from 2am - 11am monday. elevations in the 3,000 - 4,000' range can expect 2-4" of snow on monday morning. this advisory zone includes places like mount shasta city and black butte summit on i-5. use caution driving in this area monday morning. a wind advisory has been issued for the shasta valley from 11pm sunday - 11am monday. winds 25-35 mph can be expected during the advisory period. use caution in the shasta valley during this time. lingering rain and snow showers could impact the area on tuesday with widespread wet weather impacting the area once again wednesday into thursday. temperatures cooler than average are expected next week. it does look like we dry out by next friday. [c3]main weather-toss from wx that's a look at what you can expect for the week ahead. thanks, jeff. [c4]in the kitchen-stinger
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