Current Conditions

58°

Sunny
Feels Like: 58°
H: 62° L: 48°
Pressure: 30.22
Dewpoint: 50°
Humidity: 77%
Wind: S at 1
Average High: 61
Average Low: 36
Record High: 75
Record Low: 20

LATEST FORECAST

StormWatch 12 Forecast

Today: Dry conditions persist across Southern Oregon and Northern California this morning with partly cloudy to mostly clear skies. This afternoon will be brighter and warmer for many of us. The vast majority of the region will be dry for any outdoor plans. Along the coast, partly to mostly cloudy skies are expected this afternoon, although a few isolated showers will be possible later in the day. High temperatures in the afternoon will be a good 5 to 10 degrees above average. Highs will top out into the upper 60s to lower 70s in our westside valleys of Southern Oregon and Northern California. The Klamath Basin will get back up into the 60s with 60s for highs also expected along the Oregon coast. Winds will be fairly light around Southern Oregon and Northern California today, although breezy winds from the southwest will be possible through portions of Klamath and Lake Counties.

Tonight: The evening and overnight hours will stay dry for a vast majority of Southern Oregon and Northern California, although clouds will thicken up across the region. The one place that may see a few showers during this time will be along the coast as we are just on the southern periphery of a very wet storm impacting Northern Oregon and Washington. Temperatures overnight will stay mild with upper 40s to mid 50s for our westside valleys, Siskiyou County, and the coast with upper 30s tonight east of the Cascades. Patchy areas of fog will once again be possible in some valley locations overnight, although widespread dense fog is not expected.

Extended: A weak storm system will cool temperatures for Friday into Saturday with the chance for showers in our region. The best chances for rain on Friday into Friday evening will be along and west of the Cascades. On Saturday, skies will be mostly cloudy with the possibility for linger showers around the region. Forecast models are still a bit uncertain on how quickly we'll dry out Saturday into Sunday. In general for Halloween, the forecast is still looking dry and seasonal as your make your plans for the holiday. Trick-or-treaters should see some pretty pleasant and cool fall weather Sunday evening.

Forecast models are hinting at potentially a more robust storm system to impact our region to start next week. Snow levels look to stay rather high with that storm system. Next week is trending active to start November with another storm system to watch towards the middle of next week.

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
Mostly cloudy. Low around 50F. Winds light and variable.
Tomorrow
Cloudy skies. Slight chance of a rain shower. High near 60F. Winds light and variable.
Tomorrow night
Showers early, becoming a steady rain late. Low 48F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 70%.
Saturday
Showers early becoming a steady light rain later in the day. High 58F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 60%.
Saturday night
Partly cloudy skies. Low near 45F. Winds light and variable.
Sunday
Intervals of clouds and sunshine. High 64F. Winds light and variable.
Sunday night
Mostly cloudy skies early with showers developing late. Low 46F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 40%.
Monday
Considerable cloudiness with occasional rain showers. High 56F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 50%.
Monday night
A few showers early with mostly cloudy conditions late. Low 44F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 40%.
Tuesday
Cloudy. High 61F. Winds light and variable.
Tuesday night
Cloudy. Low 46F. Winds light and variable.

Hourly Forecast

TimeTempFeels LikeConditionsPrecipHumidityWind
12 PM63°63°P Cloudy1%66%N at 1mph
1 PM66°66°P Cloudy1%61%N at 2mph
2 PM68°68°P Cloudy1%58%N at 3mph
3 PM69°69°P Cloudy1%56%N at 4mph
4 PM69°69°P Cloudy1%55%N at 5mph
5 PM68°68°M Cloudy2%58%N at 4mph
6 PM64°64°M Cloudy4%64%NE at 3mph
7 PM61°61°M Cloudy6%70%S at 3mph
8 PM59°59°M Cloudy7%77%S at 4mph
9 PM58°58°M Cloudy7%80%SSE at 3mph
10 PM57°57°Cloudy7%81%ESE at 3mph
11 PM55°55°M Cloudy8%85%SE at 3mph
12 AM54°54°M Cloudy8%88%ESE at 2mph
1 AM53°53°M Cloudy8%89%ESE at 3mph
2 AM52°52°M Cloudy8%91%SE at 2mph
3 AM51°51°M Cloudy9%92%E at 2mph
4 AM51°51°M Cloudy12%95%E at 2mph
5 AM51°51°M Cloudy22%97%SW at 1mph
6 AM51°51°M Cloudy22%96%WNW at 1mph
7 AM51°51°M Cloudy23%96%SSW at 1mph
8 AM51°51°Cloudy20%95%SSW at 1mph
9 AM53°53°Cloudy19%94%E at 1mph
10 AM54°54°Cloudy18%91%NE at 2mph
11 AM55°55°Cloudy23%87%NNE at 2mph
12 PM57°57°Cloudy15%83%N at 3mph
1 PM58°58°Cloudy18%81%N at 4mph
2 PM59°59°Cloudy21%79%N at 4mph
3 PM59°59°Cloudy22%77%N at 4mph
4 PM59°59°Cloudy19%76%N at 4mph
5 PM59°59°M Cloudy22%75%N at 4mph
6 PM57°57°M Cloudy24%79%NNW at 3mph
7 PM55°55°M Cloudy24%84%W at 3mph
8 PM55°55°Showers37%86%W at 3mph
9 PM54°54°Showers40%90%NNW at 3mph
10 PM53°53°Showers40%91%NNW at 2mph
11 PM52°52°Showers44%94%NE at 2mph
12 AM52°52°Showers55%94%NE at 2mph
1 AM51°51°Showers59%95%NNE at 2mph
2 AM51°51°Rain61%96%NNE at 2mph
3 AM50°50°Rain63%98%NNE at 1mph
4 AM50°50°Light Rain69%98%N at 1mph
5 AM50°50°Light Rain61%98%NW at 1mph
6 AM50°50°Showers47%96%NW at 1mph
7 AM49°49°Showers50%97%W at 1mph
8 AM49°49°Showers50%97%WNW at 1mph
9 AM50°50°Showers49%97%N at 1mph
10 AM50°50°Showers54%97%NNE at 1mph