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High Wind Watch

URGENT - WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Medford OR
130 PM PST Fri Feb 22 2019

...Strong southerly winds possible...

.Low pressure moving into the Central Oregon Coast may bring
strong southerly winds to portions of the forecast area late
Sunday night into Monday.

ORZ021-022-231200-
/O.NEW.KMFR.HW.A.0005.190225T0300Z-190226T0000Z/
South Central Oregon Coast-Curry County Coast-
Including the city of Gold Beach
130 PM PST Fri Feb 22 2019

...HIGH WIND WATCH IN EFFECT FROM SUNDAY EVENING THROUGH MONDAY
AFTERNOON...

The National Weather Service in Medford has issued a High Wind
Watch...which is in effect from Sunday evening through Monday
afternoon.

* Winds...South 35 to 50 mph with gusts of 70 to 80 mph possible.

* Timing...Late Sunday night through Monday morning.

* Locations include...Portions of the southern Oregon coast south
  of Bandon including Gold Beach, Cape Blanco, Headlands and
  exposed areas along Highway 101.

* Impacts...Driving may become difficult to even hazardous along
  and near the coast on and near Highway 101, especially along
  elevated and exposed portions. Strong winds combined with heavy
  rainfall could result in downed trees and power outages.

* View the hazard area in detail at
  https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mfr/HAZARD

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A High Wind Watch means there is the potential for a hazardous
high wind event. Sustained winds of at least 40 mph, or gusts of
58 mph or stronger may occur. Continue to monitor the latest
forecasts.

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Flood Watch

Flood Watch
National Weather Service Medford OR
216 PM PST Fri Feb 22 2019

...Heavy Rain to Impact the Region Sunday through Tuesday...

.Low pressure will develop around Vancouver Island through the
weekend allowing a moist westerly flow to setup across Oregon and
northern California. Heavy rain and mountain snow will impact the
area with especially hazardous winter weather developing in the
mountains and rapid rises on all area rivers with some flooding
expected.

ORZ021>028-231300-
/O.NEW.KMFR.FA.A.0005.190224T1200Z-190226T1200Z/
/00000.0.ER.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.OO/
South Central Oregon Coast-Curry County Coast-
Central Douglas County-Eastern Curry County and Josephine County-
Eastern Douglas County Foothills-Jackson County-
South Central Oregon Cascades-
Siskiyou Mountains and Southern Oregon Cascades-
Including the cities of Coos Bay, North Bend, Reedsport, Bandon,
Port Orford, Coquille, Harbor, Gold Beach, Drain, Elkton,
Roseburg, Sutherlin, Green, Myrtle Creek, Canyonville, Glendale,
Grants Pass, Cave Junction, Steamboat, Toketee Falls,
and Union Creek
216 PM PST Fri Feb 22 2019

...FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM LATE SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH LATE
MONDAY NIGHT...

The National Weather Service in Medford has issued a

* Flood Watch for portions of south central Oregon and southwest
  Oregon, including the following areas, in south central
  Oregon, Siskiyou Mountains and Southern Oregon Cascades and
  South Central Oregon Cascades. In southwest Oregon, Central
  Douglas County, Curry County Coast, Eastern Curry County and
  Josephine County, Eastern Douglas County Foothills, Jackson
  County, and South Central Oregon Coast.

* From late Saturday night through late Monday night.

* Rainfall amounts from Saturday through Monday of 2 to 4 inches
  are expected, with higher totals of up to 7 inches in Curry
  County, and lower totals of around 1.5 inches in central Jackson
  County.

* The Deer Creek at Roseburg and the Little Butte Creek at Eagle
  Point are two locations to watch in particular.

* Soils will become saturated with runoff contributing to rapid
  river rises on all major rivers and smaller creeks. Snowmelt may
  contribute to the runoff. In addition to river flooding, areal
  flooding is possible across urban areas, pastures, and low lying
  areas.

* Burn scar flooding and debris flows are possible within fire
  scars. Of note are the Taylor Creek and Klondike fire scars.
  Problematic log pile-ups have been reported in the Taylor Creek
  fire scar drainages which could worsen.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.

You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
Flood Warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.

Landslides and debris flows are possible during this flood
event. People, structures and roads located below steep slopes,
in canyons and near the mouths of canyons may be at serious risk
from rapidly moving landslides.

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Flood Watch

Flood Watch
National Weather Service Medford, OR
1259 PM PST Fri Feb 22 2019

...The National Weather Service in Medford has issued a Flood Watch
for the following rivers in Oregon...

  Coquille River at Coquille affecting Coos County...
  South Fork Coquille River at Myrtle Point affecting Coos County...

.Low pressure will develop around Vancouver Island through Sunday
allowing a moist westerly flow to setup across Oregon. Heavy rain
and mountain snow will impact the area. Snow levels will rise through
the period allowing lower elevation snowmelt to contribute to runoff.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Do not drive through flooded areas or roads. The water may be too
deep or there may be unseen damage to the roadway.

A Flood Watch means that flooding is possible but not imminent in the
watch area. Prepare to take immediate action if flooding is observed
or a warning is issued.

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/COQO3.0.ER.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.OO/
1259 PM PST Fri Feb 22 2019

The National Weather Service in Medford has issued a
* Flood Watch for
  the Coquille River at Coquille.
* from Monday evening to Friday March 01.
* At 12:30 PM Friday the stage was 12.2 feet.
* Minor flooding is possible.
* Flood Stage is 21.0 feet.
* Forecast...Flood Stage may be reached by Monday night.

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Hydrologic Outlook

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Medford, OR
225 PM PST Thu Feb 21 2019

...Flood Potential Outlook for quick river rises, main stem river
flooding, and the potential for snow melt flooding on rivers and
streams in the following counties in California...Modoc...Siskiyou
and in Oregon...Coos...Curry...Douglas...Jackson...Josephine...Klamath...Lake...

.At atmospheric river will bring a good chance for periods of heavy
precipitation over Coos, Curry, and Western Siskiyou Counties Sunday
through Tuesday and possibly longer. A front will likely stall over
the forecast area late this weekend with waves of heavier precipitation
moving through. The front will push through the area by early or the
middle of next week. 4 to 8 inches of rainfall are possible at the coast.
Confidence is low on how much rainfall and timing of heaviest rainfall, but
recent data have increased the chance for significant river rises and
flooding enough to warrant this outlook.

Farther east, there is higher uncertainty in terms of flooding potential.
It`s unknown how far inland the heaviest precipitation will extend and for
how long. However, periods of heavy precipitation are possible here as well,
and given how much snowpack is in the mountains, an extended period of heavy
rain on snow would result in flooding of small creeks and streams as well
as significant rises on main stem rivers.

A flood potential outlook is issued when there is the potential for
significant rises or flooding along rivers and streams.

The exact scenario for flooding remains uncertain. This product will
be updated as necessary. Watches and warnings may be issued by the
National Weather Service if this situation worsens.












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