Land Management Forecasts
Issued by NWS Medford, OR

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

ECC002-220745-
WEST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR WESTERN KLAMATH
635 AM PDT Mon Aug 21 2017

GUSTY OFFSHORE WINDS HAVE CEASED AS THE THERMAL TROUGH HAS WEAKENED
AND WILL BE POSITIONED WILL INLAND BY AFTERNOON. LIGHTER ONSHORE
WINDS WILL PREVAIL IN COASTAL AREAS BY AFTERNOON. HOT AND DRY
WEATHER WILL OCCUR INLAND BUT A TRANSITION TO SOUTHERLY FLOW
ALOFT MARKS THE ONSET OF A CHANGING ATMOSPHERE AS A RESULT OF AN
UPPER LOW MOVING SLOWLY INTO CALIFORNIA. WEAK SHORTWAVE ENERGY IN
ADDITION TO MOIST AND UNSTABLE FLOW WILL OCCUR TUESDAY WITH
SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS. A MIX OF WET AND DRY STORMS IS EXPECTED
AND SOME STORMS MAY LAST INTO TUESDAY NIGHT. STORM CHANCES LOOK TO
DECREASE BY WEDNESDAY AS ACTIVITY PUSHES EAST AND A COLD FRONT
APPROACHES WITH INCREASING WINDS AND COOLER TEMPERATURES BY 5
DEGREES. THURSDAY THE REGION RESIDES UNDER AN UPPER TROUGH.

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ECC102-220745-
EAST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR EASTERN KLAMATH
635 AM PDT Mon Aug 21 2017

THE COASTAL THERMAL TROUGH HAS WEAKENED AND WILL BE POSITIONED
WILL INLAND BY AFTERNOON. HOT AND DRY WEATHER WILL OCCUR TODAY
BUT A TRANSITION TO SOUTHERLY FLOW ALOFT MARKS THE ONSET OF A
CHANGING ATMOSPHERE AS A RESULT OF AN UPPER LOW MOVING SLOWLY INTO
CALIFORNIA. WEAK SHORTWAVE ENERGY IN ADDITION TO MOIST AND
UNSTABLE FLOW WILL OCCUR TUESDAY WITH SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS. A
MIX OF WET AND DRY STORMS IS EXPECTED AND SOME STORMS MAY LAST
INTO TUESDAY NIGHT. STORM CHANCES LOOK TO DECREASE BY WEDNESDAY
AS ACTIVITY PUSHES EAST AND A COLD FRONT APPROACHES WITH
INCREASING WINDS AND COOLER TEMPERATURES BY 5 DEGREES. THURSDAY
THE REGION RESIDES UNDER AN UPPER TROUGH.

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ECC003-220745-
ALTURAS-
DISCUSSION FOR MODOC
635 AM PDT Mon Aug 21 2017

A THERMAL TROUGH MOVES INLAND OVER THE AREA TODAY WITH CONTINUED
HOT AND DRY WEATHER. A TRANSITION TO SOUTHERLY FLOW ALOFT MARKS
THE ONSET OF A CHANGING ATMOSPHERE AS A RESULT OF AN UPPER LOW
MOVING SLOWLY INTO CALIFORNIA. WEAK SHORTWAVE ENERGY IN ADDITION
TO MOIST AND UNSTABLE FLOW WILL OCCUR TUESDAY WITH SCATTERED
THUNDERSTORMS. A MIX OF WET AND DRY STORMS IS EXPECTED AND SOME
STORMS MAY LAST INTO TUESDAY NIGHT. STORM CHANCES LOOK TO DECREASE
BY WEDNESDAY AS ACTIVITY PUSHES EAST AND A COLD FRONT APPROACHES
WITH INCREASING WINDS AND COOLER TEMPERATURES BY 5 DEGREES.
THURSDAY THE REGION RESIDES UNDER AN UPPER TROUGH.


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