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Monday, July 22nd Evening Weather

Not as hot in the Rogue Valley for tomorrow, but gusty winds east of the Cascades and very low humidity will create critical fire weather conditions.

Posted: Jul 22, 2019 7:20 PM
Updated: Jul 22, 2019 7:20 PM

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more. right now-- you're taking live look over medford from sky 12. we're tracking some storms in our region tonight. tonight: a showers and storms that develop this afternoon should fizzle out quickly as we head into tonight. we'll see mostly clear to clear skies as we head into our overnight hours, with a few areas of patchy fog possible along the coast. temperatures will stay very mild tonight, dropping into the low to mid 60s in our westside valleys and northern california, with areas east of the cascades bottoming out in the low to afternoon gusty winds will all lead to critical fire danger east of the cascades tuesday. a very slight chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms is possible in the northern reaches of the klamath basin and in the northern reaches of the cascades tomorrow. most communities will stay storm free on tuesday and mostly sunny skies will be seen for a vast majority of the region. high temperatures tomorrow will top out in the upper 80s to low 90s for westside valleys and northern california communities with temperatures topping out in the mid to upper 80s in the klamath basin. winds will be breezy on tuesday afternoon, gusting to 30 mph around the entire region. a red flag warning has been issued for klamath and western lake counties from 2 pm - 8 pm tuesday. during this time period, winds gusting to 30 mph with relative humidity values between 10-13% are expected. use extreme fire safety during this time period. a small craft advisory has been issued for coastal waters from 11 am - 5 pm tuesday. northerly winds are expected to pick up to 25 knots with wind-driven seas up to 6 feet. use extra caution on the water. extended: the slight chance of showers and thundershowers exits the region on wednesday and abundant sunshine will be seen around the region during the remainder of the workweek. temperatures will rise to nearly 100 for our westside valleys and northern california communities on thursday with areas of the klamath basin seeing highs in the 90s on thursday as well. temperatures do look to cool back into the low 90s and upper 80s as we head towards next weekend. alright thanks matt. governor kate brown signed a youth sentencing reform bill into
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