Land Management Forecasts
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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS FOR YREKA AND MODOC CALIFORNIA DISPATCH AREAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
1038 AM PDT Wed Oct 18 2017

ECC002-191145-
WEST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR WESTERN KLAMATH
1038 AM PDT Wed Oct 18 2017


...Moderate to strong and gusty winds expected at most locations
Thursday...

It will be warm and dry again today as winds gradually increase,
mainly on the upper slopes and ridges. Tonight through Thursday
moderate to strong and gusty south winds will occur at most
locations. The strong frontal system driving these winds will bring
wetting rainfall spreading from the coast to the Cascades during
the day on Thursday, and then across the east side Thursday night
into Friday. Snow levels are expected to fall to 4,500 and 5,000
feet Friday. Another frontal system will bring more rain this
weekend. Warmer and drier conditions are expected to begin early
next week.


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ECC102-191145-
EAST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR EASTERN KLAMATH
1038 AM PDT Wed Oct 18 2017


...Moderate to strong and gusty winds expected at most locations
Thursday...

It will be warm and dry again today as winds gradually increase,
mainly on the upper slopes and ridges. Tonight through Thursday
moderate to strong and gusty south winds will occur at most
locations. The strong frontal system driving these winds will bring
wetting rainfall spreading from the coast to the Cascades during
the day on Thursday, and then across the east side Thursday night
into Friday. Snow levels are expected to fall to 4,500 and 5,000
feet Friday. Another frontal system will bring more rain this
weekend. Warmer and drier conditions are expected to begin early
next week.


$$

ECC003-191145-
ALTURAS-
DISCUSSION FOR MODOC
1038 AM PDT Wed Oct 18 2017


...Moderate to strong and gusty winds expected at most locations
Thursday...

It will be warm and dry again today as winds gradually increase,
mainly on the upper slopes and ridges. Tonight through Thursday
moderate to strong and gusty south winds will occur at most
locations. The strong frontal system driving these winds will bring
wetting rainfall spreading from the coast to the Cascades during
the day on Thursday, and then across the east side Thursday night
into Friday. Snow levels are expected to fall to 4,500 and 5,000
feet Friday. Another frontal system will bring more rain this
weekend. Warmer and drier conditions are expected to begin early
next week.


$$



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