TODAY'S FORECAST - 5/1/2016
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Mostly sunny and very warm. Some cumulus buildups over the mountains. Highs will be in the mid 80s for the valleys, upper 70s to near 80 at the Coast, and 70s for the mountains and east of the Cascades. Overnight lows will be near 50 for the valleys, near 60 at the Coast, and in the 30s to the low 40s for the mountains and east of the Cascades.
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WEATHER SUMMARY DISCUSSION - Presented by Pressure Point Roofing
We are going to have a gorgeous sunny day today. And it will be on the very warm side. Look for mid 80s for the valleys west of the Cascades, and we could see 80s for the South Coast near Brookings. Yesterday was expected to be a warm one in Brookings and that failed to develop. Today is looking better for that as the northwest flow is in place now. But, Brookings will see an on shore push develop for tomorrow, and they will be cooling back down again. We are already seeing cumulus bloom over the mountains. Look for that to continue today. Do not expect any showers or storms today, but that cumulus is there because there is some moisture available. That moisture will increase tomorrow and then we do see a chance for some showers and storms. This will be mostly afternoon and evening activity. The highest chances for this will be in Western Siskiyou County and over the Cascades. However, the data this morning has put Jackson and Josephine Counties as well as everything east of the Cascades and in Northern California into the slight chance category. We will see plenty of sunshine, and the very warm mid 80s continue for the valleys west of the Cascades. East of the Cascades will see 70s.
Tuesday will see an increased likelihood for afternoon and evening showers and storms over the entire area. The best chance will be the mountains, east of the Cascades, and in Northern California, but we also will likely see action over all of Southwest Oregon as well. We could also see nocturnal showers and storms staying active all night long going into Wednesday. Wednesday is going to be a very active day with showers and storms likely through the day and into the night. Thursday the action begins to wind down as the low responsible for all of this will be headed into Southern California and the Four Corners region. Improvement arrives on Friday as we will see partly cloudy skies with just a slight chance for a shower in the afternoon and evening. Saturday is looking partly cloudy with a slight chance for a morning shower and highs in the 70s. Next Sunday looks very sunny and also very warm as we return to the 80s for highs in Medford.
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