Siskiyou Rappel Crew
Briefing

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Fire Weather Forecast for southern Oregon and northern California
National Weather Service Medford, OR
530 AM PST Tue Dec 12 2017

DISCUSSION
Strong high pressure will persist with strong inversion conditions today. Low clouds and fog will linger into the early afternoon in the Umpqua Basin, Illinois Valley, and the Grants Pass area. It will remain very dry above the inversion with warm temperatures in the afternoon. A weak cold front will move onshore Friday, followed by another weak front Saturday night. This will initiate a slow transition to a more active and wetter pattern.

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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