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For today 5/22 -

 

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Mostly sunny skies for areas west of the Cascades. Where there is fog this morning, that will burn off by Noon. From the Cascades east, variably cloudy skies today. The amount of cloudiness will be greatest over mountains and then downwind from them as we will see clouds building off mountains from the Cascades east. The amount of cloudiness will decrease this evening as the sun drops down. Expect breezy to wind conditions for the Curry and Del Norte County coastal areas with a Chetco Effect producing north northwest winds gusting up to 25 to 30 miles an hour. 

 

Highs will be in the low to upper 70s for the valleys west of the Cascades.....except low to mid 80s for southwestern valleys in Siskiyou County.

 

Low 60s to near 70 for the beaches and the Highway 101 corridor....and upper 60s to the mid 70s over inland sections of the coastal areas.

 

Low 50s to near 60 for the mountains. 

 

Mid 60s to near 70 for areas east of the Cascades. 

  

 

Tonight - 

 

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Mostly clear skies for all areas. Expect breezy to wind conditions for the Curry and Del Norte County coastal areas with a Chetco Effect producing north northeast winds gusting up to 25 to 30 miles an hourLow clouds expected for the coastal areas, Coos County, and western Douglas County.

 

Lows will be near 40 to near 50 for all areas west of the Cascades, including the coastal areas.

 

Upper 20s to near 40 for the mountains and east of the Cascades. 

 

 

 

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Monday 5/23 -

 

Shwrstrm

  

Mostly sunny skies for all areas. There will be morning low clouds likely for coastal areas, Coos County, and western sections of Douglas County. 

 

Highs will be in the low 70s to near 80 for the valleys west of the Cascades.....except low to mid 80s for southwestern valleys in Siskiyou County.

 

Low 60s to near 70 for the beaches and the Highway 101 corridor....and upper 60s to the low 70s over inland sections of the coastal areas.

 

Mid 50s to near 60 for the mountains. 

 

Mid 60s to the low 70s for areas east of the Cascades. 

   

 

Monday night - 

 

niteshwrs

 

Mostly clear skies for all areas. Low clouds expected for the coastal areas, Coos County, and western Douglas County.

 

Lows will be in the low to upper 40s for the valleys west of the Cascades.

 

Mid 40s to near 50 for the coastal areas.

 

Near 30 to the low 40s for the mountains and east of the Cascades. 

 

 

OUTLOOKS FOR TEMPS FOR TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY 5/23 & 5/24

 

We are going to see our first run of days with above average temps of the spring. We had a lot of this of course back in January through March. But, it has been a good long while since then. As you will see, going to get a look at some temps that will approach summer like levels. Especially in the valleys of southwestern Siskiyou county where 90s are looking likely next week.

 

 Expected high temps for Tueday 5/23

 

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Expected low temps for Tuesday into Wednesday 5/23 & 5/24

 

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Expected high temps for Wednesday 5/24

 

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Expected low temps for Wednesday 5/24 into Thursday 5/25

 

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EXPECTED RAINFALL MONDAY 5/22 - FRIDAY 5/27

The upcoming break with sunny and very warm to hot days coming up is represented in the image on the left. You can see that no rain is expected anywhere in our area. Proof of the ridge that will be giving us those conditions. But, that is not going to last! Look at the second image. While it is light amounts, you can see the next round of potential for rain coming at us. And, temps will be dropping from the high points you see above reached on Wednesday.

 

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DAYS 6 - 10 OUTLOOKS FOR TEMPS AND PRECIPITATION

 

This covers the period of the 25th through the 29th. You can see even more vidence of the coming swing back to a pattern that is far more typical of this La Nina created spring we have been seeing. Especially note the temps on the left. Because when you see the 8 to 14 day look at where temps will be, you will see that what is shown here is a clear indicator of where we are headed. You can also see the chance for precipitation on the right are going to be above average for all parts of our area except the southwestern corner of Oregon and for Northern California. It looks like all areas east of the Cascades have better chances for rainfall than Jackson and Josephine Counties do. That does not happen too often.

 

 

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