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  • Winter Storm Watch for Western Siskiyou County County, California
  • Winter Storm Watch issued March 22 at 2:35PM PDT until March 23 at 11:00PM PDT by NWS
  • Effective: Friday, March 23, 2018 at 5 a.m.
  • Expires: Friday, March 23, 2018 at 11 p.m.
  • ...Heavy mountain snow and possible low land snow Tonight into
    Friday night...
    .A strong cold front will move through southern Oregon and
    northern California today. As cold air pours in behind the front
    tonight, snow levels will drop rapidly to around 1500 feet. Snow
    levels will then fluctuate between 1500 and 2500 feet, highest
    during Friday afternoon.
    At the same time, a rich plume of Pacific moisture will take aim
    at the area, and the result will be very heavy snow in the
    mountains. Particularly hard hit will be the mountains of Curry,
    Josephine, and western Siskiyou counties where several feet of
    snow are possible. Heavy snow is also expected over the Cascades,
    Mt. Shasta area, and portions of the east side, although
    confidence in snow amounts is lower for these areas.
    Snow may also impact lower elevations at times, especially at
    night and especially the more snow-prone areas like the I-
    5 Passes north of Grants Pass and the Illinois Valley.
    ...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH
    FRIDAY EVENING...
    * WHAT...Heavy snow possible. Total snow accumulations of 6 to
    12 inches, with localized amounts up to 18 inches, are
    possible.
    * WHERE...South Central and southeast Siskiyou County including
    the Mt. Shasta area. This includes portions of Interstate 5
    near Mt. Shasta City, much of highway 89, and highway 97
    northeast of Weed.
    * WHEN...From late tonight through Friday evening.
    * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Roadways are likely to be snow-covered
    and slippery at night and may become slushy or wet during
    daylight hours. Snow will likely accumulate continuously on
    grass, trees, and areas already snow-covered. In addition,
    southwest winds of 15 to 25 mph may create areas of blowing
    snow, especially over peaks and exposed areas.
    * View the hazard area in detail at
    https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mfr/HAZARD

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