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Monday, May 20 afternoon weather

We're tracking more rain and mountain snow arriving tonight.

Posted: May 20, 2019 11:51 AM
Updated: May 20, 2019 11:56 AM

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harvey "here's a live look at klamath falls." today: dense fog in the rogue valley will begin to lift by mid-morning, even giving us a bit of sunshine before our next storm system way along and west of the cascades for the evening commute. temperatures this afternoon will top out in the 50s along the coast, in the cascades and in the klamath basin, and back into the 60s for northern california and the rogue valley. winds this afternoon small craft advisory has been issued for coastal waters from 12 pm monday until 11 am wednesday. winds out of the south may gust up to 35 knots at times, leading to steep, wind-driven seas up to 7-9 feet. tonight: showers will increase tonight as snow levels drop to 4,500-5,000' up into the cascades, siskiyous and warner mountains. a few showers could bring bouts of heavy rain. overnight lows will remains cool into the low to mid 30s in the cascades and klamath basin, and into the low to mid 40s in northern california, the rogue klamath basin, and into the weather advisory has been issued for the cascade mountains, siskiyou mountains, western siskiyou county, eastern siskiyou county, and the klamath basin for elevations above 5,500' from 12 am tuesday - 7 am tuesday. we are tracking new snow accumulations between 1-3" of snow on tuesday morning. most local roads and communities are not in the advisory area, but we could still see a rain-snow mix fall over higher mountain passes. use caution when travelling through higher elevations tuesday morning. extended: showers and even a few isolated thunderstorms will continue throughout the day tuesday. snow levels tuesday morning will start near 4,500-5,000' before rising to above 6,000' in the afternoon. a few showers may linger into wednesday, but we do appear to dry out briefly for the second half of the workweek. another storm system will bring another chance for rain for the weekend. millions of americans waking up to another round of dangerous storms taking aim at the heartland after dozens of reported tornadoes tore through -- leaving a path of destruction. here's abc's rob marciano who's in oklahoma in the storm zone. location/story: severewxmonde brief / a new round of strong thunderstorms is threatening half of the country, after at least 38 reported tornadoes moved through the heartland. morehouse college seniors got some amazing news at their another storm system will bring another chance for rain for the weekend. millions of americans waking up to another round of
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