Land Management Forecasts
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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS FOR YREKA AND MODOC CALIFORNIA DISPATCH AREAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
317 PM PDT Wed Mar 22 2017

ECC002-231630-
WEST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR WESTERN KLAMATH
317 PM PDT Wed Mar 22 2017

March sun and colder air aloft will continue to bring SHOWERS
this afternoon and evening. DRIER AND WARMER CONDITIONS ARE
EXPECTED THURSDAY UNDER A BRIEF PERIOD OF RIDGING. A STRONG FRONT
WILL BRING HEAVY RAIN, MOUNTAIN SNOW, AND MODERATE TO STRONG WINDS
TO MOST OF THE FORECAST AREA LATE THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY. A DRYING
TREND IS EXPECTED SATURDAY AND EARLY SUNDAY BEFORE YET ANOTHER
STORM MOVES THROUGH SUNDAY. Conditions are likely to remain
unsettled early next week, but high pressure is expected to build
in later next week.



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ECC102-231630-
EAST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR EASTERN KLAMATH
317 PM PDT Wed Mar 22 2017

March sun and colder air aloft will continue to bring SHOWERS
this afternoon and evening. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS EXISTS
EAST OF THE CASCADES THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. DRIER AND WARMER
CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED THURSDAY UNDER A BRIEF PERIOD OF RIDGING.
A STRONG FRONT WILL BRING HEAVY RAIN, MOUNTAIN SNOW, AND MODERATE
TO STRONG WINDS TO MOST OF THE FORECAST AREA LATE THURSDAY INTO
FRIDAY. A DRYING TREND IS EXPECTED SATURDAY AND EARLY SUNDAY
BEFORE YET ANOTHER STORM MOVES THROUGH LATE SUNDAY. Conditions are
likely to remain unsettled early next week, but high pressure is
expected to build in later next week.


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ECC003-231630-
ALTURAS-
DISCUSSION FOR MODOC
317 PM PDT Wed Mar 22 2017

March sun and colder air aloft will continue to bring SHOWERS
this afternoon and evening. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS EXISTS
EAST OF THE CASCADES THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. DRIER AND WARMER
CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED THURSDAY UNDER A BRIEF PERIOD OF RIDGING.
A STRONG FRONT WILL BRING HEAVY RAIN, MOUNTAIN SNOW, AND MODERATE
TO STRONG WINDS TO MOST OF THE FORECAST AREA LATE THURSDAY INTO
FRIDAY. A DRYING TREND IS EXPECTED SATURDAY AND EARLY SUNDAY
BEFORE YET ANOTHER STORM MOVES THROUGH LATE SUNDAY. Conditions are
likely to remain unsettled early next week, but high pressure is
expected to build in later next week.


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