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Today 7/2 - 

 

HotsunnyShwrstrm

  

Mostly cloudy skies for the coastal areas, Coos County, and into Douglas County. Mostly sunny skies for all other areas.

 

A chance for afternoon and evening thunderstorms developing for the Cascades, the Siskiyous, Central Oregon, northern portions of Klamath and Lake Counties, and in all parts of inland Northern California. A slight chance for thunderstorms developing for Jackson and Josephine Counties. Storms would be most likely for the Siskiyous in both counties, and the Cascades in Jackson County.

 

Severe storms may develop in all of Central Oregon and for northern portions of Klamath and Lake counties. Winds gusting 60 to 70 miles an hour possible along with large hail over a half inch in diameter. When thunder roars.....head indoors.

 

Highs will be near 80 to near 90 for the valleys west of the Cascades.

 

Mid to upper 60s for the beaches and Highway 101 corridor....with near 70 to the upper 70s for inland sections of the coastal areas. 

 

Low 60s to the mid 70s for the mountains.

 

Mid 70s to the mid 80s for areas east of the Cascades. 

 

 

Tonight - 

 

Niteshwrstrm 2ptcldynite

 

A chance for thunderstorms for the Cascades, the Siskiyous, Central Oregon, northern portions of Klamath and Lake Counties, and in all parts of inland Northern California. A slight chance for thunderstorms for Jackson and Josephine Counties. Storms would be most likely for the Siskiyous in both counties, and the Cascades in Jackson County. Thunderstorms should end by Midnight in all areas...except a slight chance for a thunderstorm overnight in all of Central Oregon, and northern portions of Klamath and Lake Counties.

 

Severe storms may develop in all of Central Oregon and for northern portions of Klamath and Lake counties. Winds gusting 60 to 70 miles an hour possible along with large hail over a half inch in diameter. When thunder roars.....head indoors.

 

Overnight and into early Sunday, expect to see areas of clouds along with some clear sky breaks for inland areas. Expect mostly cloudy skies for the coastal areas, Coos County, and for most of Douglas County. A chance for showers developing early Sunday for these areas.

 

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

 

Near 40 to near 50 for the mountains and east of the Cascades.

 

 

 

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Sunday 7/3 - 

 

HotShwrstrm

  

Mostly cloudy skies for the coastal areas, Coos County, and into Douglas County. A chance for showers and thunderstorms developing for all other areas. Temps will be below normal for all areas.

 

Highs will be near 70 to the upper 70s for the valleys west of the Cascades.

 

Near 60 to near 70 for the coastal areas. 

 

Low 50s to near 60 for the mountains.

 

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

 

 

Sunday night - 

 

niteshwrsNiteshwrstrm 2

 

Mostly cloudy skies for the coastal areas. A chance for showers and thunderstorms for all other areas before 11 pm......and then a slight chance for isolated showers

 

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

 

Near 40 to near 50 for the mountains and east of the Cascades.

 

  

Monday 7/4 - Independence Day - 

 

Hot

  

Mix of clouds and sun for all areas.....except mostly cloudy with some sun breaks for the coastal areas. There will be a slight chance for isolated showers, especially over and near elevated terrain. Temps will be below normal for all areas.

 

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

 

Near 60 to near 70 for the coastal areas. 

 

Low 60s to near 70 for the mountains and areas east of the Cascades. 

 

 

Monday night - 

 

niteshwrsptcldynite

 

Mostly cloudy skies for the coastal areas, in Coos County, and western portions of Douglas County. Partly cloudy skies for all othere areas. A slight chance for showers for the coastal areas and in Coos and Douglas Counties. 

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

  

Tuesday 7/5 - 

 

Hotfew clouds

  

Mostly cloudy skies with a slight chance for showers for the coastal areas. Mainly sunny skies for the inland areas.

 

Highs will be in the mid 70s to the low 80s for the valleys west of the Cascades.

 

Mid 60s to to the mid 70s for the coastal areas. 

 

Near 60 to the mid 60s for the mountains.

 

Near 70 to the upper 70s for areas east of the Cascades. 

 

 

Tuesday night - 

 

niteshwrsfewcldnite

 

Mostly to partly cloudy skies for the coastal areas with a slight chance for showers. Mostly clear skies expected for all inland areas. 

 

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

 

Low 40s to near 50 for the mountains and east of the Cascades.

 

 

 

 

 

DAYS 6 - 10 OUTLOOKS FOR TEMPS AND PRECIPITATION - 6/29

 

This covers the period of July 5th through the 9th. During this period temps are still going to be below normal. In Northern California is where you will find them the most below normal. Especially for the Sierra. This is great news as these cool temps will help with the fire situation. That we look to be dry is no big surprise. It is July. The driest month of the year on average. 

 

 

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