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ECCDA Discussions for Yreka and Modoc California Dispatch Areas
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
336 AM PDT Mon Aug 19 2019

ECC002-200445-
West Yreka-
Discussion for Western Klamath
336 AM PDT Mon Aug 19 2019

The warm and dry pattern will continue through Tuesday. A weak front
could produce some very light precipitation along the ridges in
western Siskiyou county on Wednesday; but otherwise, no
precipitation is expected. Although this front will not bring
wetting rains, it will bring higher humidities, an increase in
winds, and cooler temperatures on Wednesday. After that, a return
to typical warm temperatures, low humidities, and breezy winds
will occur through the end of the week.


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ECC102-200445-
East Yreka-
Discussion for Eastern Klamath
336 AM PDT Mon Aug 19 2019

The warm and dry pattern will continue through Tuesday. A weak front
will bring higher humidities, an increase in winds, and cooler
temperatures on Wednesday. After that, a return to typical warm
temperatures, low humidities, and breezy winds will occur through
the end of the week.


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ECC003-200445-
Alturas-
Discussion for Modoc
336 AM PDT Mon Aug 19 2019

The warm and dry pattern will continue through Tuesday. A weak front
will bring higher humidities, an increase in winds, and cooler
temperatures on Wednesday. After that, a return to typical warm
temperatures, low humidities, and breezy winds will occur through
the end of the week.


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