Land Management Forecasts
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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS FOR YREKA AND MODOC CALIFORNIA DISPATCH AREAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
351 PM PST Mon Jan 22 2018

ECC002-231800-
WEST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR WESTERN KLAMATH
351 PM PST Mon Jan 22 2018

The break in the weather will continue through Tuesday morning.
However, this break will be short lived as another strong front
moves in Tuesday through Wednesday. This front will bring strong
south winds to the usually windy spots, and it will also be slow
moving with a lot of valley rain and mountain snow. Colder,
showery weather, with lower snow levels in the 1500 to 2500 foot
range, is expected behind the front for the remainder of the
week. A warm front Friday night into Saturday is likely to be
followed by a break Sunday into Monday, and then yet another
frontal system early next week.


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ECC102-231800-
EAST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR EASTERN KLAMATH
351 PM PST Mon Jan 22 2018

The break in the weather will continue through Tuesday morning.
However, this break will be short lived as another strong front
moves in Tuesday through Wednesday. This front will bring strong
south winds to the usually windy spots, and it will also be slow
moving with a lot of valley rain and mountain snow. Colder,
showery weather, with lower snow levels in the 1500 to 2500 foot
range, is expected behind the front for the remainder of the
week. A warm front Friday night into Saturday is likely to be
followed by a break Sunday into Monday, and then yet another
frontal system early next week.


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ECC003-231800-
ALTURAS-
DISCUSSION FOR MODOC
351 PM PST Mon Jan 22 2018

The break in the weather will continue through Tuesday morning.
However, this break will be short lived as another strong front
moves in Tuesday through Wednesday. This front will bring strong
south winds to the usually windy spots, and it will also be slow
moving with a lot of valley rain and mountain snow. Colder,
showery weather, with lower snow levels in the 1500 to 2500 foot
range, is expected behind the front for the remainder of the
week. A warm front Friday night into Saturday is likely to be
followed by a break Sunday into Monday, and then yet another
frontal system early next week.


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