Siskiyou Rappel Crew
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Fire Weather Forecast for southern Oregon and northern California
National Weather Service Medford, OR
421 AM PST Fri Feb 23 2018

DISCUSSION
Today will be dry most areas, then winds increase tonight and Saturday morning ahead of another system that will bring widespread rain and snow. Another system brings rain and snow over the weekend. Winds will become moderate to strong from the Cascades eastward, especially in the high terrain. A wetter system will arrive Sunday afternoon with widespread wetting precipitation expected, lasting through Monday morning. Snow levels with this system will generally be between 2000 and 3000 feet. A break from precipitation is expected late Monday into Tuesday morning.

Civil Twilight: Unknown

WEATHER ZONETEMPRHWINDLALHAINES
ORZ619Western Rogue River
Siskiyou National Fores
3 °F0%none -1 MPH1N/A
ORZ620
ORZ622
Western Rogue Basin including the Illinois Valley
Eastern Rogue Valle
3 °F0%none -1 MPH1N/A
ORZ621
ORZ623
Siskiyou Mountains
Southern Oregon Cascade
3 °F0%none -1 MPH1N/A
ORZ624Klamath Basin and the Fremont
Winema National Fores
3 °F0%none -1 MPH1N/A
 
EXTREMES3 °F (-16 °C)0%DIR -100 MPH1N/A






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