Land Management Forecasts
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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS FOR YREKA AND MODOC CALIFORNIA DISPATCH AREAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
301 PM PDT Wed Sep 20 2017

ECC002-211615-
WEST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR WESTERN KLAMATH
301 PM PDT Wed Sep 20 2017


Showers, isolated thunderstorms, and gusty winds will continue
through this evening, then showers gradually diminish tonight
through Thursday. Snow levels lower to around 5000 feet tonight,
perhaps a little lower near the Cascades. High temperatures will
be around 20 degrees below normal into Thursday. Lows tonight
could be the lowest of the season, thus far, for many locations. A
long duration warming and drying trend is then expected Friday
through next weekend, with temperatures likely above normal again
early next week.


$$

ECC102-211615-
EAST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR EASTERN KLAMATH
301 PM PDT Wed Sep 20 2017


Showers, isolated thunderstorms, and gusty winds will continue
through this evening, then showers gradually diminish tonight
through Thursday. Snow levels lower to around 5000 feet tonight,
perhaps a little lower near the Cascades. High temperatures will
be around 20 degrees below normal into Thursday. Lows tonight
could be the lowest of the season, thus far, for many locations. A
long duration warming and drying trend is then expected Friday
through next weekend, with temperatures likely above normal again
early next week.


$$

ECC003-211615-
ALTURAS-
DISCUSSION FOR MODOC
301 PM PDT Wed Sep 20 2017


Showers, isolated thunderstorms, and gusty winds will continue
through this evening, then showers gradually diminish tonight
through Thursday. Snow levels lower to around 5000 feet tonight,
perhaps a little lower near the Cascades. High temperatures will
be around 20 degrees below normal into Thursday. Lows tonight
could be the lowest of the season, thus far, for many locations. A
long duration warming and drying trend is then expected Friday
through next weekend, with temperatures likely above normal again
early next week.


$$



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