Land Management Forecasts
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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS FOR YREKA AND MODOC CALIFORNIA DISPATCH AREAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
259 PM PDT Mon Oct 16 2017

ECC002-171600-
WEST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR WESTERN KLAMATH
259 PM PDT Mon Oct 16 2017


...Moderate to strong and gusty winds expected Thursday...

Mild daytime temperatures with low RHs this afternoon under light
winds will lead to poor to moderate RH recoveries above the
valleys tonight. Temperatures and RHs are expected to slowly
moderate Tuesday into Wednesday as winds slowly increase.
Wednesday night 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
inland 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 near 5,000 feet Friday. A warm
front will bring more rain to portions of the area this weekend.


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ECC102-171600-
EAST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR EASTERN KLAMATH
259 PM PDT Mon Oct 16 2017


...Moderate to strong and gusty winds expected Thursday...

Mild daytime temperatures with low RHs this afternoon under light
winds will lead to poor to moderate RH recoveries above the
valleys tonight. Temperatures and RHs are expected to slowly
moderate Tuesday into Wednesday as winds slowly increase.
Wednesday night 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
inland 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 near 5,000 feet Friday. A warm
front will bring more rain to portions of the area this weekend.


$$

ECC003-171600-
ALTURAS-
DISCUSSION FOR MODOC
259 PM PDT Mon Oct 16 2017


...Moderate to strong and gusty winds expected Thursday...

Mild daytime temperatures with low RHs this afternoon under light
winds will lead to poor to moderate RH recoveries above the
valleys tonight. Temperatures and RHs are expected to slowly
moderate Tuesday into Wednesday as winds slowly increase.
Wednesday night 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
inland 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 near 5,000 feet Friday. A warm
front will move through this weekend, but rainfall with it is
likely to be northwest of the Modoc.


$$



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