Thunderstorms are possible in Klamath County Thursday-Saturday as unstable conditions move into the area. There could be thunderstorm activity in the area of the Klamath County Fair. A warming trend is expected after the storms. The storms will also increase fire danger and increase the risk of new fire starts.


  • Lightning that strikes dry vegetation can spark new wildfires
  • Locally strong winds cause damage to temporary fences and structures
  • Dangerous lightning activity, especially for those enjoying outdoor recreation Timing:
    Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, in the afternoon/evening
    Monsoon-related moisture moving into the area from the south may fuel convective thunderstorms. Thunderstorms could start to appear in the early afternoon and continue through the evening before dissipating overnight. Activity is expected to be isolated most days, but could become more scattered on Friday. These storms are expected to be dry (less than 0.1″), but may moisten into the weekend. Lightning activity is possible in the vicinity of the Klamath County Fair
Friday has the highest risk of storms. Isolated storms also expected between Thursday and Saturday
A warming trend is expected after the storms