TODAY'S FORECAST - 5/27/2016
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Some areas of morning clouds west of the Cascades, otherwise mostly sunny. Highs will be near 70 to the low 70s for the valleys, low 60s at the Coast, and in the 60s for the mountains and east of the Cascades. Overnight lows will be in the mid 40s for the valleys, near 50 at the Coast, and in the 20s and 30s for the mountains and east of the Cascades. There is going to be frost and possible freeze conditions for the Klamath Basin and in Northeastern Siskiyou County and Northwestern Modoc County.
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If you have outdoor plans for the holiday weekend in Southern Oregon and Northern California you have NO fear at all as of this morning for any kind of shower or thunderstorm threat during the holiday weekend. We are going to be gorgeous and very warm and then approaching hot on Memorial Day Monday. The data runs this morning are painting a picture of nothing but clear sunny skies through the weekend and much of next week. Look for our highs in Medford and Grants Pass to be near 80 Saturday, low 80s on Sunday, and then upper 80s to near 90 for Memorial Day Monday. In fact, looking at the data this morning, we keep right on warming into the end of next week. Highs on Tuesday will be into the 90s with a ridge deepening and a thermal trough well established. On Wednesday next week we could be flirting with 100 in Medford! But, come Thursday next week we do see cooling and the data and models do show a cutoff low developing off California. This will likely get a chance for showers and thunderstorms into our region by the end of next week. It will certainly be cooling us back down to the 80s. .
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