Saturday, May 18 evening weather

Much of the region experienced rainfall on Saturday with gusty winds. Tomorrow winds will not be as big of an issue, but we will once again be subject to widespread rain showers.

Posted: May 18, 2019 7:35 PM
Updated: May 18, 2019 7:35 PM

Speech to Text for Saturday, May 18 evening weather

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meteorologist jeff donovan." tonight: showers will become less numerous overnight tonight before mor widespread showers return to the area on sunday. mostly cloudy skies and cool temperatures will dominate the region tonight. lows will bottom out in the upper 30s to low 40s west of the cascades tonight with temperatures in the low to mid 30s for areas east of the cascades. a wind advisory has been issued for the rogue valley from 11 am to 5 pm saturday, with gusts up to 35 mph possible out of the south and for the shasta valley from 11 am to 8 pm saturday, with gusts up to 45 mph possible. a winter weather advisory has been issued for elevations over 5,000' in eastern siskiyou county from 11 am saturday until 2 am sunday. elevations over 5,000' in eastern siskiyou county can expect 3-7" of snowfall. areas in the advisory include castle lake, the everett memorial highway, bunny flat, and medicine lake. use caution in these areas this afternoon and evening. most roadways and communities are below 5,000' , but wet snow or rain and snow showers cannot be ruled out in tennant or over snowmans summit. a hazardous seas warning has been issued from 5 pm today until 11 am sunday for coastal waters. southerly winds will increase to 30 knots by saturday with steep, wind-driven seas up to 12 feet. recreational boaters should remain in port, or 11 am sunday. tomorrow: sunday is looking like another cool and damp day around the region. showers will ramp back up tomorrow afternoon and there is a slight chance of a few thundershowers around the region as well. if thundershowers do develop, they are expected to be isolated in nature. temperatures tomorrow will top out in the upper 50s to low 60s west of the casades with highs in the low to mid 50s east of the cascades. extended: showers are expected to become more isolated in nature on monday before another storm system brings widespread rain showers and mountain snow showers on tuesday. for the second half of the week, we'll likely dry out and temperatures will start to return to more seasonal readings. this weekend-- much of the central u-s is bracing for
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