Monday, May 20th Evening Weather

Widespread rain and mountain snow tonight. Roads could be a bit slick tomorrow morning above 5,000'. Wet weather continues through Tuesday with the possibility of some thunderstorms too.

Posted: May 20, 2019 6:55 PM
Updated: May 20, 2019 6:55 PM

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just $4.99. "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: 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 valley and the coast. a winter weather advisory has been issued for the cascade mountains, siskiyou mountains, western siskiyou county, eastern siskiyou county, and the klamath basin for elevations above 5,000' from 12 am tuesday - 7 am tuesday. we are tracking new snow accumulations between 1-4" 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. tomorrow: areas of rain will continue throughout the day tuesday. thunderstorms will be possible across the region, especially, if we can see a few breaks in the clouds. snow levels tuesday morning will start out around 4,5000' then climb up into 6,000' in the afternoon. roads could be a bit slick and snowy in spots mainly above 5,500'. highs tuesday will be in the 50s and 60s with cooler readings in our higher elevations. rainfall amounts will be significant near the coast and coastal mountains with 1-3" of rain expected. farther inland, rainfall amounts will likely be over 1/4" for most places with locally some higher amounts under heavier showers. a 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. extended: a few showers will be possible again wednesday, especially, near the cascades. we do appear to dry out briefly for the second half of the workweek. another storm system will bring another chance for rain showers and even thunderstorms for the weekend. overall, it does look warmer and more seasonal in our extended forecast. hopefully you can enjoy some of the upcoming weather. thanks. [d5]new at 6-stinger you have one more day to drop your ballots off at any of the
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