Weather Outlook: Return to stormy pattern, rain Tuesday into Wednesday
Weather Outlook: We have another strong storm on the way in for Tuesday. Monday will be a transition day back over to an active storm pattern. A strong storm will move through our area on Tuesday and will give us some gusty winds and lots of rain. According to the current model runs we could see around 0.30 inches to a half inch of rain here in the Klamath Falls area Tuesday into Wednesday. Snow levels around 7,000 feet for this storm. More storms are lined up behind this one as well.
Above graphic from NWS Medford
From the NWS Medford:
A strong frontal system will move through the area Monday afternoon through Tuesday evening. Heavy rain and strong winds are expected at the coast, along with dangerous high surf conditions. Inland, expect widespread moderate to heavy rain, with gusty winds in the Shasta Valley and across the East Side. Passes should remain clear, with snow levels generally remaining above 6000 feet, but wet roads and gusty winds could result in hazardous driving conditions. Use extra caution, slow down, and take extra time when driving. If going to the coast, keep off of jetties, logs, and rocks, and stay away from the dangerous surf zone.