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Current Observation: Medford


Feels Like: 56°
H: 64° L: 48°
Pressure: 29.83
Dewpoint: 54°
Humidity: 93%
Sunrise: 06:52:30 am
Sunset: 07:19:19 pm


StormWatch 12 Forecast

Tonight: Widespread rainfall will continue to impact the area during the overnight hours. Parts of the Klamath Basin will just begin to see the first rainfall associated with this storm during the overnight hours of Sunday and into the predawn hours of Monday morning. Low temperatures tonight will be cooler than we have seen in previous nights, with lows west of the Cascades bottoming out in the upper 40s to low 50s with areas east of the Cascades experiencing low temperatures in the upper 30s to low 40s. 

Tomorrow: Monday is looking very cool and damp around the region. Widespread rain showers will continue to dot the area throughout the day on Monday. A few isolated thunderstorms also could be embedded with the rain showers on Monday afternoon. High temperatures on Monday will be significantly cooler compared to temperatures in recent days. High temperatures will top out in the low to mid 60s for our westside valleys and in Northern California with high temperatures only reaching the mid to upper 50s in the Klamath Basin. Winds as a whole will be much calmer on Monday than we saw on Sunday, although a few strong wind gusts are possible in isolated thundershowers.  

Extended: Showers will start to taper off around the area Monday night into Tuesday. However, we could see some snowflakes in lingering showers for our higher elevations on Monday night and Tuesday morning, including around Crater Lake. New rainfall amounts of 1/4" - 3/4" are expected for most locations by the time we reach Tuesday morning, however, locations towards the coast and in the mountains could see rainfall totals over the 1" mark. After a brief break in the rainfall on Tuesday morning, another storm system is set to impact the area on Tuesday afternoon. This system on Tuesday afternoon will bring continued rain showers and cool temperatures to the region. Shower activity will remain in place through Thursday, before dry conditions and sunshine return for next weekend. 

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Stay with StormWatch 12 for updates on your forecast on-air and online...Much colder today behind the cold front. We've caught a break from the precipitatoin this afternoon, but look for more rain and snow showers to return to the area starting as early as this evening, especially, west of the Rogue Valley. Another storm system will increase the coverage of rain and snow into tomorrow and keep winds gusty throughout the area.
A WIND ADVISORY is in effect for 8 AM-11 PM Friday for the Shasta Valley in Siskiyou County with possible wind gusts up to 50 mph. East of the Cascades, Eastern Klamath & Lake Counties are under a WIND ADVISORY from 11 AM to 11 PM Friday with gusts up to 50 mph.
As another surge of moisture moves into the region tonight into Friday. Snow levels will be low and the snow will be heavy for our higher elevations including the higher and lower mountain passes. Look for snow levels to drop down below 2,000' tonight. Through the day on Friday, heavy snow expected in our higher elevations. Snow levels will rise somewhat between 2,500'-3,000' in the afternoon with the daytime heating. The valleys and coast will see mainly rain, some of it heavy. Some thunder is even possible along coastal areas. Conditions will really start to deteriote into tomorrow evening as snow levels drop and temperaturs cool. Look for a changeover to snow all the way down into most valley locations Friday night. Some slushy, minor accumulations are possible in the Rogue Valley, mainly 1" or less. WINTER STORM WARNINGS & WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES have been issued for much of the viewing area for tonight through Friday evening. Our higher elevatons could see as much as 1-3 feet of snow, especially, for the coastal mountains and western Siskiyou Co. mountains. Lower elevations between 2,000 to 4,000 feet could see between 3-6" with as much as a foot of snow.
By Saturday  morning, the snow will have cleared out, but another storm system will bring rain and snow chances to the coast through the day and eventually working east into the Rogue Valley, Cascades and Siskiyou Co. through Saturday afternoon. Temperatures will remain cool and we'll likely see some more snow showers Saturday night into early Sunday.
The trend will be to dry out and start to warm up into Monday. A few showers could linger for coastal areas on Monday. Beyond Monday, brighter and warmer days with temperatures surging to around 70° by next ThursdaS

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