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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS FOR YREKA AND MODOC CALIFORNIA DISPATCH AREAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
328 PM PDT Mon Aug 21 2017

ECC002-221630-
WEST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR WESTERN KLAMATH
328 PM PDT Mon Aug 21 2017


Southwest flow has developed in the mid-levels and will continue
to transport smoke from west side wildfires northeastward through
Tuesday. Winds will remain light today through this evening and RH
will remain low. Tonight through Tuesday low pressure currently
over southern California will push an inverted trough of low
pressure across the area resulting in scattered shower and
thunderstorm development from the Siskiyous and Cascades south and
eastward. Scattered thunderstorms will again be possible from the
Oregon Cascades and Trinity Alps eastward Wednesday, though the
primary concern shifts east of the Cascades.


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ECC102-221630-
EAST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR EASTERN KLAMATH
328 PM PDT Mon Aug 21 2017


Southwest flow has developed in the mid-levels and will continue
to transport smoke from west side wildfires northeastward through
Tuesday. Winds will remain light today through this evening and RH
will remain low. Tonight through Tuesday low pressure currently
over southern California will push an inverted trough of low
pressure across the area resulting in scattered shower and
thunderstorm development from the Siskiyous and Cascades south and
eastward. Scattered thunderstorms will again be possible from the
Oregon Cascades and Trinity Alps eastward Wednesday, though the
primary concern shifts east of the Cascades.


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ECC003-221630-
ALTURAS-
DISCUSSION FOR MODOC
328 PM PDT Mon Aug 21 2017


Southwest flow has developed in the mid-levels and will continue
to transport smoke from west side wildfires northeastward through
Tuesday. Winds will remain light today through this evening and RH
will remain low. Tonight through Tuesday low pressure currently
over southern California will push an inverted trough of low
pressure across the area resulting in scattered shower and
thunderstorm development from the Siskiyous and Cascades south and
eastward. Scattered thunderstorms will again be possible from the
Oregon Cascades and Trinity Alps eastward Wednesday, though the
primary concern shifts east of the Cascades.


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