Land Management Forecasts
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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS FOR YREKA AND MODOC CALIFORNIA DISPATCH AREAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
605 AM PDT Tue Sep 19 2017

ECC002-200715-
WEST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR WESTERN KLAMATH
605 AM PDT Tue Sep 19 2017


A strong early season trough of low pressure powered by northwest
jet stream winds of 150 mph will continue to bring abnormally cold
daytime high temperatures and bouts of precipitation through at least
Thursday. High temperatures today through Thursday will be around 20
degrees below daily normals. Snow levels around 6,500 feet are
expected to briefly rise to near 8,500 feet tonight before ending
around 5,500 feet Wednesday night. It will be breezy to windy on
the upper slopes and ridges today through Wednesday, peaking
Wednesday morning. Precipitation amounts will be significant and
wetting from the Marble Mountains westward, with the greatest
amounts of the week expected in western Siskiyou County from this
evening through Wednesday.


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ECC102-200715-
EAST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR EASTERN KLAMATH
605 AM PDT Tue Sep 19 2017


A strong early season trough of low pressure powered by northwest
jet stream winds of 150 mph will continue to bring abnormally cold
daytime high temperatures and showers through at least Thursday.
High temperatures today through Thursday will be around 20 degrees
below daily normals. Snow levels around 6,500 feet are expected
to briefly rise to near 8,500 feet tonight before ending around
5,500 feet Wednesday night. It will be breezy to windy on the
upper slopes and ridges today through Wednesday, peaking
Wednesday morning. Precipitation amounts will be significant and
wetting in some locations, but not others, with the greatest
amounts of the week expected from Marble Mountains westward this
evening through Wednesday.


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ECC003-200715-
ALTURAS-
DISCUSSION FOR MODOC
605 AM PDT Tue Sep 19 2017


A strong early season trough of low pressure powered by northwest
jet stream winds of 150 mph will continue to bring abnormally cold
daytime high temperatures and showers through at least Thursday.
High temperatures today through Thursday will be around 20 degrees
below daily normals. Snow levels around 6,500 feet are expected
to briefly rise to near 8,500 feet tonight before ending around
5,500 feet Wednesday night. It will be breezy to windy on the
upper slopes and ridges today through Wednesday, peaking
Wednesday morning. Precipitation amounts will be significant and
wetting in some locations, but not others.


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