TODAY'S FORECAST - 7/26/2016
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Abundantly sunny and hot. Areas of morning low clouds in Western Douglas County, Coos County, and portions of Curry County. Highs will be in the mid to upper 90s for the valleys, 70s at the Coast, and locally near 80 around Brookings, 80s for the mountains, and east of the Cascades. Overnight lows will be in the low 60s for the valleys, 50s at the Coast, and in the 50s for the mountains and east of the Cascades.
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The data and models were not fibbing this time. We are indeed going to see 100 degree temps in Medford for the first time since early June. The data has teased at it before, but this time it really will happen. We will be up near 100 for today and tomorrow in Medford. Thursday will see lower 100s. Like 100 - 103 for highs. Saturday will see BIG cooling kick in though as we drop all the way back to near 90. That cooling continues for Sunday and Monday as highs for Medford drop back to the upper 80s. So this looks just like the kind of heat episodes we typically see here. We get a build up through the 90s. Hit 100 to the low 100s for a day or two, and then see temps drop. And this also means this is not going to be anything like what we have seen the last two summers at all. The patterns that brought that to us have indeed changed. The transition to La Nina is well underway.
As for something other than the sun in the skies.....we will see low clouds in coastal areas and then inland over Coos and Western Douglas Counties. That was the case yesterday and it is the case again today. We do expect a stronger easterly flow to set up for tomorrow and Thursday and that might limit of prevent low cloud development there. That easterly flow is also going to get some very breezy to gusty winds going in the mountains. This will be something to watch for potential fire weather bulletins as well. The thunderstorm threat for the weekend has been significantly decreased this morning. It looks like IF thunderstorms get going, they will largely be in Lake and Modoc Counties especially over the Warners. Saturday will see the peak of that activity with only a very slight chance now for Sunday. Other than there, the rest of the region looks dry and sunny through at least the next 10 days.
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