Speech to Text for Wednesday, May 22 morning weather
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thousand cans will go out. m. a shower will still be possible in our westside valleys. expect mostly to partly cloudy skies for most of the region with sunnier conditions for parts of the curry county coast. highs tomorrow will climb into the upper 60s in our westside valleys, lower 60s along the coast and in the 50s to near 60 for the coast and the mountains. extended: warmer and more seasonal temperatures for thursday with highs in the 60s and 70s across southern oregon and northern california. the mountains and eastside could see a few showers thursday. friday is looking mainly quiet ahead of the holiday weekend. however, another storm system will bring the chance for scattered rain showers and even thunderstorms for all three days of the memorial day weekend. the mornings will be dry, but we'll likely be dealing with on and off showers and storms in the afternoon and evenings for inland areas. temperatures will be near average though through memorial day. tuesday is looking dry with pleasant temperatures. a small craft advisory remains in effect until 5 am friday. winds out of the north may gust up to 35 knots at times, leading to swell dominated seas up to 14-16 feet. recreational boaters should remain in port, or take shelter until waves subside. a hazardous seas warning has been issued for coastal waters from 11 am wednesday until 5 am friday for gusty winds and steep, wind-driven seas. concerns over safety during ridesharing trips has lyft stepping