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
249 PM PST Thu Jan 18 2018

ECC002-191700-
WEST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR WESTERN KLAMATH
249 PM PST Thu Jan 18 2018

WIDESPREAD SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE BEHIND THE FRONT WITH SNOW
LEVELS LOWERING DOWN TO AROUND 2500 FEET BY TOMORROW MORNING. THE
COLDER, SHOWERY PATTERN WILL CONTINUE FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY,
ESPECIALLY ALONG AND WEST OF THE CASCADES, BUT COVERAGE OF
SHOWERS SHOULD DIMINISH SATURDAY AFTERNOON. ANOTHER STRONG, MOIST
FRONT WILL ARRIVE AT THE COAST SUNDAY MORNING, THEN MOVE INLAND
SUNDAY AFTERNOON. GUSTY UPPER SLOPE/RIDGE AND SHASTA VALLEY WINDS
WILL PRECEDE THIS FRONT WITH ANOTHER PERIOD OF MODERATE TO LOCALLY
HEAVY PRECIPITATION, HEAVIEST IN THE WESTERN PART OF THE REGION.
SNOW LEVELS WILL BE 3500-4500 FEET. A RELATIVE BREAK IS EXPECTED
MONDAY, THEN ANOTHER STRONG WET SYSTEM COULD MOVE IN TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY.



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ECC102-191700-
EAST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR EASTERN KLAMATH
249 PM PST Thu Jan 18 2018

WIDESPREAD SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE BEHIND THE FRONT WITH SNOW
LEVELS LOWERING DOWN TO AROUND 2500 FEET BY TOMORROW MORNING. THE
COLDER, SHOWERY PATTERN WILL CONTINUE FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY,
ESPECIALLY ALONG AND WEST OF THE CASCADES, BUT COVERAGE OF
SHOWERS SHOULD DIMINISH SATURDAY AFTERNOON. ANOTHER STRONG, MOIST
FRONT WILL ARRIVE AT THE COAST SUNDAY MORNING, THEN MOVE INLAND
OVER THE AREA SUNDAY LATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON. GUSTY UPPER
SLOPE/RIDGE AND SHASTA VALLEY WINDS WILL PRECEDE THIS FRONT WITH
ANOTHER PERIOD OF MODERATE TO LOCALLY HEAVY PRECIPITATION,
HEAVIEST IN THE WESTERN AND SOUTHERN PART OF THE REGION. SNOW
LEVELS WILL BE 3500-4500 FEET. A RELATIVE BREAK IS EXPECTED
MONDAY, THEN ANOTHER STRONG WET SYSTEM COULD MOVE IN TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY.


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ECC003-191700-
ALTURAS-
DISCUSSION FOR MODOC
249 PM PST Thu Jan 18 2018

WIDESPREAD SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE BEHIND THE FRONT WITH SNOW
LEVELS LOWERING DOWN TO AROUND 2500 FEET BY TOMORROW MORNING. THE
COLDER, SHOWERY PATTERN WILL CONTINUE FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY,
ESPECIALLY ALONG AND WEST OF THE CASCADES, BUT COVERAGE OF
SHOWERS SHOULD DIMINISH SATURDAY AFTERNOON. ANOTHER STRONG, MOIST
FRONT WILL ARRIVE AT THE COAST SUNDAY MORNING, THEN MOVE INLAND
OVER THE AREA SUNDAY NIGHT. GUSTY UPPER SLOPE/RIDGE WINDS WILL
PRECEDE THIS FRONT WITH ANOTHER PERIOD OF MODERATE TO LOCALLY
HEAVY PRECIPITATION. SNOW LEVELS WILL BE 3500-4500 FEET. A
RELATIVE BREAK IS EXPECTED MONDAY, THEN ANOTHER STRONG WET SYSTEM
COULD MOVE IN TUESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY.


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