Speech to Text for Tuesday, June 25 afternoon weather
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with meteorologist caitlin harvey "here's a live look at klamath falls." today: a few clouds this morning will become more widespread across the region by this afternoon. after about 2 pm today, we'll see a slight chance of showers move in for southern oregon. tuesday evening we could even see a pop-up thunderstorm or two into the cascades and klamath basin. any rain we do see develop should remain very light. most locations will likely remain dry. afternoon high temperatures will remain mild with our westside valleys and northern california topping out in the mid to upper 70s with locations east of the cascades topping out in the low to mid 70s. gusts this afternoon could pick up to 20- 30 mph for our inland locations. tonight: expect to low 50s in the rogue valley and northern california with temperatures in the klamath basin dropping into the upper 30s to mid 40s. winds will be fairly breezy to start the evening before tapering off during the overnight hours. will usher in our next round of showers and thunderstorms starting along the coast. by wednesday afternoon, showers and thunderstorms will continue to march eastward, bringing the threat of lightning across much of southern oregon and into northern california. the active weather will continue across the region into thursday. temperatures are also expected to plummet wednesday and thursday, struggling to break out of the lower 70s west of the cascades. friday and into the weekend look warmer and i'll keep tracking these conditions, and keep you updated to any changes. thanks, caitlin only on newswatch 12 -- you can wake up and win with