Saturday, May 25 evening weather

Rainfall is currently impacting our area right now and this will continue overnight tonight and even into Sunday morning.

Posted: May 25, 2019 7:39 PM
Updated: May 25, 2019 7:39 PM

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will continue into the evening hours becoming more widespread overnight. rain totals will be highest inland, especially, along the cascades, eastside and for portions of northern california. most places will see rainfall between 1/4" to as much as 1" with locally higher amounts. along the coast, rainfall will be much less, mainly less than 1/10". temperatures tonight will remain fairly mild with temperatures in the upper 30s to low 40s. a small craft advisory remains in effect until 2 am sunday. winds out of the north may gust up to 25 knots at times, leading to steep, wind-driven seas up to 10-12 feet. recreational boaters should remain in port, or take shelter until waves subside. a winter weather advisory has been issued for the southern oregon cascades adn siskiyous from 8 pm saturday - 8 am sunday. elevations passes such as diamond lake and lake of the woods could pick up snowfall. use caution if travelling over higher mountain passes tonight through tomorrow morning as roads could be slippery. a winter storm warning has been issued for eastern siskiyou county from 8 pm saturday - 8 am sunday. elevations over 5,500' in eastern siskiyou county could pick up 6-10" of new snowfall tonight into tomorrow morning. mt. shasta summitt, the medicine lake area, and the mt. shasta ski park could expereince snowfall during this time. use extreme caution if heading up in elevation in eastern siskiyou county through tomorrow. tomorrow: showers and thundershowers will be notceable in our area through sunday. showers will be fairly hit and miss west of the cascades with more widespread shower activity occuring in the klamath basin and siskiyou county. the system impacting our area is fairly unstable, so coast however is looking mostly dry tomorrow with just a few morning showers. temperatures on sunday will top out in the upper 60s to low 70s in the rogue valley, upper 50s to mid 60s in northern california and the klamath basin, and in the low to mid 60s on the coast. extended: temperatures will be warmer though. tuesday is looking dry for most areas with more showers and thunderstorms possible for inland areas wednesday and even into thursday. temperatures will be warming up next week with highs back into the 80s for the rogue valley for the second-half of the week. so hopefully, that will not impact your plans too much. it doesn't seem like there will be a break for many who have had
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