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FOR 11/9/2019 - from Rogueweather

 
There is not looking to be much of a chance to see rain arrive any time in the next two weeks. The ridge we have been seeing will maintain control over us until wer get close to Thanksgiving. We will see periods of cloudiness from systems moving by off shore as they head north. We are seeing that today. But, none of that is going to change the picture for us much. Just adds clouds to the forecasts when that happens. At the end of next week, we do have some indication that the ridge willo weaken and flatten enough to allow a system to move in that MIGHT deliver some rain west of the Cascades. At this time confidence is not very high about that. There are still a lot questions about timing and strength. And, there is a possibility that this will not even produce any rain for us at all in Southern Oregon. Northern California is not seeing anything that would look like a potential for rain until we get close to Thanksgiving. In short, expect to see more of what we have seen for the last three weeks. The only real glimmer of hope is that the forecast and climatology models are still showing December as being very wet. In that regard, there is higher confidence about December than there is for the end of next week. 
 
 
 
 
 
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