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Haze
Feels Like: 60°
H: 92° L: 60°
Pressure: 29.92
Dewpoint: 50°
Humidity: 70%
Wind: SW at 1
Average High: 89
Average Low: 52
Record High: 102
Record Low: 39

LATEST FORECAST

StormWatch 12 Forecast

Today: Mild temperatures and smoky morning skies will give way to an active Thursday. A storm system will bring a cold front through this afternoon bringing cooler temperatures and blustery winds to the region. Cloudy skies with showers and drizzle are likely through the first part of the day along the coast. Some breaks of sunshine are possible later in the day. Meanwhile, inland areas will be quite smoky with partly cloudy skies. We'll have the potential for showers and thunderstorms starting around midday, although the best chance at spotty to scattered thunderstorms will be east of the Cascades later in the afternoon. One or two storms could be strong to severe producing strong winds and hail. Storms will also be capable of heavy downpours and abundant lightning. High temperatures today will be cooler, only reaching the mid to upper 80s in our westside valleys with lower to middle 80s east of the Cascades. The mountains will see highs in the 60s and 70s with 60s expected along the coast.

An AIR QUALITY ALERT has been issued for all of Southern Oregon until 4 PM Friday. Wildfire smoke will create reduced and very poor air quality at times during this period. Be sure to take the proper precautions to avoid the increased smoke and health concerns.

A RED FLAG WARNING has been issued for Klamath County and Lake County from 12 PM – 10 PM Thursday. Spotty thunderstorms will likely produce abundant lightning and the potential for strong, gusty winds. New fire starts are likely as a result of these storms.

Tonight: Showers and thunderstorms east of the Cascades will continue well into the evening hours. A few of these thunderstorms could prove to be quite strong, especially in the early evening. For those of us west of the Cascades, thunderstorm activity should be finished by the time we reach this evening, although gusty winds from the west will remain a possibility. Despite active weather in the region, smoke will remain widespread across Southern Oregon and Northern California through the evening and overnight hours. There may be slight reductions of smoke in spots due to shifting winds, although air quality will likely remain poor. Temperatures tonight will fall into the mid 50s west of the Cascades with 40s east of the Cascades.

Extended: Smoke should become less widespread through the day on Friday with some improvements to air quality. There will be some areas that will have to contend with smoke, closer to fires. Saturday will be sunny and hotter. Another storm system will likely come through dry on Sunday, but temperatures will be cooler and winds will be blustery for the region. Next week is looking quiet with sunshine and temperatures heating up further.

Tonight: The clear and warm day will give way to a clear and mild evening. Temperatures for inland areas this evening will stay solidly in the 50s and 60s through the 8 P.M. hour, meaning this will be a near picture perfect evening for a barbecue or Wednesday evening walk. Overnight low temperatures will also stay more mild than recently, falling into the mid to upper 30s in our westside valleys with mid to upper 20s east of the Cascades. The coast will see temperatures staying in the 40s through the overnight hours. 
Extended: Beyond Wednesday, we'll see a very gradual and slow cooling trend through the rest of the workweek, but temperatures will remain above average. Easter Weekend will start off dry, but clouds will increase and by Easter Sunday, we could be looking at some chances for rain for at least parts of our region. We'll be keeping a close eye on this system and your holiday weekend forecast. It's possible wet weather could continue into next week with cooler temperatures

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A FREEZE WARNING has been issued for our westside valleys in Jackson, Josephine and Curry Counties until 8 AM Wednesday. Low temperatures in these areas will fall down to near and even below freezing overnight. The coldest temperatures will be in the Applegate and Illinois Valley where temperatures could dip into the upper 20s. With widespread frost and possible freezing temperatures, be sure to protect and cover any sensitive plants.
Tonight: The clear and warm day will give way to a clear and mild evening. Temperatures for inland areas this evening will stay solidly in the 50s and 60s through the 8 P.M. hour, meaning this will be a near picture perfect evening for a barbecue or Wednesday evening walk. Overnight low temperatures will also stay more mild than recently, falling into the mid to upper 30s in our westside valleys with mid to upper 20s east of the Cascades. The coast will see temperatures staying in the 40s through the overnight hours. 
Extended: Beyond Wednesday, we'll see a very gradual and slow cooling trend through the rest of the workweek, but temperatures will remain above average. Easter Weekend will start off dry, but clouds will increase and by Easter Sunday, we could be looking at some chances for rain for at least parts of our region. We'll be keeping a close eye on this system and your holiday weekend forecast. It's possible wet weather could continue into next week with cooler temperatures

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Daily Forecast

Tonight
A clear sky. Low 57F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph.
Tomorrow
Mostly sunny skies. High 87F. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph.
Tomorrow night
A mostly clear sky. Low 61F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph.
Saturday
Mainly sunny. High 91F. Winds NNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Saturday night
Mainly clear early, then a few clouds later on. Low 59F. Winds NNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Sunday
Partly cloudy skies. High 83F. Winds NNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Sunday night
Clear skies. Low 54F. Winds NNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Monday
A mainly sunny sky. High 91F. Winds NNW at 5 to 10 mph.
Monday night
Clear skies. Low around 60F. Winds NNW at 5 to 10 mph.
Tuesday
A mainly sunny sky. High 99F. Winds NNW at 5 to 10 mph.
Tuesday night
Clear skies. Low 66F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.

Hourly Forecast

TimeTempFeels LikeConditionsPrecipHumidityWind
6 AM61°61°M Clear2%69%WSW at 3mph
7 AM61°61°M Sunny1%70%W at 4mph
8 AM66°66°Sunny1%58%WNW at 5mph
9 AM68°68°Sunny1%57%WNW at 6mph
10 AM71°71°Sunny1%55%WNW at 5mph
11 AM74°74°M Sunny2%51%NW at 5mph
12 PM76°76°M Sunny7%48%NW at 7mph
1 PM77°77°P Cloudy3%46%NW at 9mph
2 PM79°79°P Cloudy1%40%NNW at 8mph
3 PM81°81°P Cloudy1%35%NW at 9mph
4 PM82°82°Sunny1%33%NW at 11mph
5 PM82°82°Sunny0%32%NW at 12mph
6 PM81°81°Sunny0%33%NW at 12mph
7 PM79°79°Sunny0%36%NNW at 11mph
8 PM76°76°Sunny0%39%NNW at 9mph
9 PM72°72°Clear1%45%NNW at 6mph
10 PM70°70°Clear2%49%NNW at 4mph
11 PM68°68°Clear3%52%NNW at 3mph
12 AM67°67°Clear4%54%W at 2mph
1 AM65°65°Clear5%57%WNW at 2mph
2 AM64°64°M Clear6%59%WSW at 2mph
3 AM62°62°Clear6%64%NW at 1mph
4 AM60°60°Clear7%66%SSW at 2mph
5 AM59°59°Clear7%69%SE at 2mph
6 AM58°58°Clear7%71%ENE at 1mph
7 AM59°59°Sunny6%71%E at 1mph
8 AM62°62°Sunny4%67%NNE at 1mph
9 AM65°65°Sunny2%61%N at 3mph
10 AM68°68°M Sunny0%54%N at 3mph
11 AM72°72°Sunny0%46%NNW at 4mph
12 PM75°75°M Sunny0%39%N at 4mph
1 PM78°78°P Cloudy0%34%NNW at 4mph
2 PM82°82°P Cloudy0%29%NNW at 5mph
3 PM84°84°P Cloudy0%27%NNW at 6mph
4 PM85°85°P Cloudy0%27%NW at 6mph
5 PM86°86°M Sunny0%28%NW at 7mph
6 PM86°86°M Sunny0%30%NNW at 9mph
7 PM83°83°Sunny0%34%NNW at 10mph
8 PM80°80°Sunny0%38%NNW at 10mph
9 PM76°76°Clear1%45%NNW at 7mph
10 PM74°74°Clear2%49%NNW at 4mph
11 PM72°72°Clear3%52%NW at 3mph
12 AM70°70°Clear4%57%W at 3mph
1 AM69°69°Clear5%59%NW at 3mph
2 AM68°68°Clear6%61%W at 3mph
3 AM66°66°Clear7%66%NW at 2mph
4 AM64°64°Clear8%70%WNW at 2mph