Sunday, May 19 evening weather

Many of us saw rain showers today with embedded thunderstorms at times. We do look to have a brief break in the active weather Monday afternoon before another storm system rolls in on Monday night into Tuesday.

Posted: May 19, 2019 6:08 PM
Updated: May 19, 2019 6:08 PM

Speech to Text for Sunday, May 19 evening weather

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west of the cascades a brief break in the shower activity as we enter monday morning. a few rain showers will stick around east of the cascades as we enter the overnight hours. overall, partly to mostly cloudy skies and cool temperatures will dominate the region tonight. temperatures will bottom out in the upper 30s to low 40s west of the cascades this evening while communities east of the cascades will see temperatures dip into the low to mid 30s. tomorrow: monday afternoon will offer a brief break in the shower chances before a more vigorous system rolls its way into our area monday night and into tuesday. temperatures tomorrow will be a touch warmer than we have oberved this weekend. high temperatures will top out in the mid to upper 60s for areas west of the cascades with temperatures in the mid 50s to low 60s in the klamath basin and northern california. extended: a storm system coming from the north is expected to bring widespread rain showers and mountain snow showers beginning on monday night and lasting through tuesday. this storm system has a higher probability of producing showers in the rogue valley than the storm this weekend. isolated thundershowers will be possible around the region with this coming storm. a winter weather advisory has been issued for the cascade mountains, siskiyou mountains, western siskiyou county, eastern siskiyou county, and the klamath basin for areas over 5,500' from 12 am tuesday - 7 am tuesday. areas above 5,500' in the mentioned areas could recieve 1-3" of snow on tuesday morning. 5,500' is very high in elevation, and bands during the predawn hours of tuesday morning, higher mountain passes could be subject to wet snow showers or a rain snow mixture. use caution when travelling through mountain passes on tuesday morning we could dry out briefly during the latter stages of the workweek, before nother storm system may impact the region next weekend. this possible storm system next dozens of tornadoes have been reported across the
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