Land Management Forecasts
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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS FOR YREKA AND MODOC CALIFORNIA DISPATCH AREAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
316 PM PST Fri Dec 15 2017

ECC002-161730-
WEST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR WESTERN KLAMATH
316 PM PST Fri Dec 15 2017

A moisture starved cold front will continue to move through this
afternoon and tonight bringing areas of light to moderate
precipitation, snow levels falling from 6,000 feet down to near
3500 feet, and increasing northerly winds. The main effect of this
front will be to mix out the inversions that have been in place,
freshening up valley air. High pressure will gradually build back
in this weekend through early next week. A potentially significant
cold front is expected to arrive from the northwest Tuesday into
Wednesday with a brief round of healthy precipitation and falling
snow levels. High pressure is then expected to build in behind
this weather system.


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ECC102-161730-
EAST YREKA-
DISCUSSION FOR EASTERN KLAMATH
316 PM PST Fri Dec 15 2017

A moisture starved cold front will continue to move through this
afternoon and tonight bringing areas of light to moderate
precipitation, snow levels falling from 6,000 feet down to near
3500 feet, and increasing northerly winds. The main effect of this
front will be to mix out the inversions that have been in place,
freshening up valley air. High pressure will gradually build back
in this weekend through early next week. A potentially significant
cold front is expected to arrive from the northwest Tuesday into
Wednesday with a brief round of healthy precipitation and falling
snow levels. High pressure is then expected to build in behind
this weather system.


$$

ECC003-161730-
ALTURAS-
DISCUSSION FOR MODOC
316 PM PST Fri Dec 15 2017

A moisture starved cold front will continue to move through this
afternoon and tonight bringing areas of light to moderate
precipitation, snow levels falling from 6,000 feet down to near
3500 feet, and increasing northerly winds. The main effect of this
front will be to mix out the inversions that have been in place,
freshening up valley air. High pressure will gradually build back
in this weekend through early next week. A potentially significant
cold front is expected to arrive from the northwest Tuesday into
Wednesday with a brief round of healthy precipitation and falling
snow levels. High pressure is then expected to build in behind
this weather system.


$$



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