Tonight: Skies will turn mostly cloudy tonight as a storm system approaches our area. A few light showers could start impacting the area overnight tonight as well, although most of the region will remain dry. With increased could cover, much of the region will see more mild temperatures overnight. Lows will fall into the mid to upper 30s for our westside valleys, low to mid 30s in Northern California, upper 20s to low 30s in the Klamath Basin, and low 40s along the coast.
Tomorrow: A storm system will impact the area on Sunday, but impacts don't look terribly significant. Winds will pick up for the region with most gusty winds along the Cascades, along the coast, and east of the Cascades. Showers will be most likely near the coast, with a good chance for rain and snow showers along the Cascades. A few showers are possible in the Rogue Valley Sunday afternoon and evening. There's a slight chance an isolated shower could make its way into the Klamath Basin or Northern California, although these areas will remain mostly dry. Overall, rain and snow amounts look pretty minor. High temperatures on Sunday will top out in the low to mid 50s for our westside valleys and in Northern California with high temperatures topping out in the upper 40s to low 50s for the Klamath Basin as well as the coast.
A WIND ADVISORY has been issued for Eastern Klamath and Lake Counties from 12 PM - 10 PM Sunday. During this time, winds could reach 25-35 MPH with gusts up to 55 MPH possible. Strongest winds will be felt along Highway 31 between Silver Lake and Paisley including Summer Lake. Use caution if heading out during this time.
Extended: The active weather experienced on Sunday will be very short lived. Dry conditions with partly cloudy skies will enter Southern Oregon and Northern California on Monday, although temperatures will remain cool. Mostly sunny skies will return to the region on Tuesday with temperatures climbing back into the low 60s. Sunny skies with warming temperatures will remain in place for the rest of the workweek, before cooler temperatures along with increasing clouds return next weekend.
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