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Tuesday, May 14th Evening Weather

Widespread showers and more cool temperatures are expected tomorrow. Winds will be gusty for parts of Southern Oregon and Northern California.

Posted: May. 14, 2019 7:17 PM
Updated: May. 14, 2019 7:17 PM

Speech to Text for Tuesday, May 14th Evening Weather

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"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: mainly cloudy skies will continue in tonight. we could see a few showers inland overnight. temperatures, thanks to a thick blanket of clouds, will remain fairly mild into the 40s and 50s across the region. tomorrow: another system will push into the region by tomorrow morning's commute, bringing more widespread shower activity, even to the klamath basin and our westside valleys for your wednedsay. periods of light to moderate rain will continue throughout the day with highs only in the 50s and 60s for our region. winds will be blustery in our higher elevations, the eastside and in the shasta valley. a wind advisory has been issued for the shasta valley from 8 am wednesday to 5 pm thursday. south winds could gust as high as 55 mph. a small craft advisory has been issued for the oregon coast from 5 pm wednesday to 11 pm thursday. east to south winds will increase to 20-25 knots with seas increasing to 10-13 feet by thursday. rainfall wednesday will add up to 1/10" in the rogue valley with higher amounts towards the coast and coastal mountains and in the mt. shasta area. extended: we'll continue to be impacted by this storm system in southern oregon and northern california on thursday with more on and off rain showers and a chance of thunderstorms, keeping temperatures cool. through thursday, snow levels will stay high with snow only impacting our highest peaks. thursday night into friday, snow levels may drop to nearly 5,500', with only snow impacting places like crater lake. friday will feature a few lingering showers across the region, but overall, we should dry out and see a break. saturday will start off dry with rain returning to our region later in the day. sunday is looking cool and wet with snow up in our higher elevations. most of the passes should be fine and see mainly rain. cool and below-average temperatures will continue through the weekend with highs in the 50s and 60s. rain chances and cool weather will continue into next week. hopefully you can enjoy some of the upcoming weather. thanks. [d5]developing-stinger developing tonight -- two people are now in the jackson
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