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Weather Alert

Siskiyous & South Cascades, South Central Cascades

Winter Storm Warning

NOAA Issue Date: 2/23/2019 09:21:00 AM A storm with a significant amount of moisture will bring moderate to heavy mountain snow to the Cascades, mountains in western Siskiyou county, and possibly portions of the east side Saturday night into at least Monday morning. What Heavy snow expected. Snow accumulations of 2 to 3 feet in the crater and Diamond Lake areas with local amounts of 4 feet in the highest elevations. 10 to 20 inches near Lake of the woods and Mount Ashland ski area. Winds could gust as high as 50 MPH in exposed areas which would create near-blizzard conditions at times. This warning does not affect interstate 5 at Siskiyou Summit where lighter snow accumulations of 3 to 6 inches are expected. Where The southern Oregon Cascades, and portions of the siskiyous. This includes highway 58, highway 62, highway 138, highway 230, highway 140, and at Diamond Lake and Crater Lake. This also includes the Mt. Ashland ski road. When From 4 PM Saturday to 10 AM PST Monday. Additional details Travel will be very difficult to impossible. Strong winds and large quantities of snow could cause tree damage. Areas of strong winds with heavy snow will cause near blizzard-like white-out conditions. View the hazard area in detail at https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mfr/hazard Precautionary/preparedness actions... Plan to travel before the winter storm hits or just stay home Travel is strongly discouraged because of dangerous conditions. If you must travel, keep tire chains, a flashlight, blankets, food, water, medications, and a fully charged phone with you. The safest place during a winter storm is indoors A winter Storm Warning means that severe winter weather is likely and poses a threat to life and property Take protective action now.

Weather Alert

Douglas Co. East Foothills

Winter Storm Warning

NOAA Issue Date: 2/23/2019 09:21:00 AM A storm with a significant amount of moisture will bring moderate to heavy mountain snow to the Cascades, mountains in western Siskiyou county, and possibly portions of the east side Saturday night into at least Monday morning. What Heavy snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 12 to 24 inches with local amounts up to 30 inches. Winds could gust as high as 40 MPH in exposed locations. Where Rural, higher elevations of the eastern Douglas county foothills above 3000 feet. When From 4 PM Saturday to 10 AM PST Monday. Additional details Travel could be very difficult to impossible. Visibilities will be lower by blowing snow in exposed areas where winds are strong. View the hazard area in detail at https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mfr/hazard Precautionary/preparedness actions... Travel is strongly discouraged because of dangerous conditions If you must travel, keep tire chains, a flashlight, blankets, food, water, medications, and a fully charged phone with you. The safest place during a winter storm is indoors A winter Storm Warning means that severe winter weather is likely and poses a threat to life and property Take protective action now.

Weather Alert

Klamath Basin, North & East Klamath Co. & West Lake Co.

Winter Storm Warning

NOAA Issue Date: 2/23/2019 09:21:00 AM A storm with a significant amount of moisture will bring moderate to heavy mountain snow to the Cascades, mountains in western Siskiyou county, and possibly portions of the east side Saturday night into at least Monday morning. What Heavy snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 12 to 18 inches with local amounts up to 24 inches. Lesser amounts are expected in southern Klamath county. Winds could gust as high as 50 MPH in exposed areas. Where Highway 97 and 31, including the cities of Chemult and Crescent. When From 4 PM this afternoon to 10 AM PST Monday. Additional details Travel could be very difficult to impossible. Visibilities could be reduced by blowing snow in more exposed areas where winds are gusty. View the hazard area in detail at https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mfr/hazard Precautionary/preparedness actions... Travel is strongly discouraged because of dangerous conditions If you must travel, keep tire chains, a flashlight, blankets, food, water, medications, and a fully charged phone with you. The safest place during a winter storm is indoors A winter Storm Warning means that severe winter weather is likely and poses a threat to life and property Take protective action now.

Weather Alert

South Central Coast, Douglas Co. East Foothills, Siskiyous & South Cascades, Central Douglas County, Curry Co. Coast, East Curry Co. & Josephine Co., South Central Cascades, Jackson Co.

Flood Watch

NOAA Issue Date: 2/23/2019 04:35:00 AM Low pressure will develop around Vancouver Island through the weekend allowing a moist westerly flow to setup across Oregon and northern California. Heavy rain and mountain snow will impact the area with especially hazardous winter weather developing in the mountains and rapid rises on all area rivers with some flooding expected. The Flood Watch continues for Portions of south central Oregon and southwest Oregon, including the following areas, in south central Oregon, Siskiyou mountains and southern Oregon Cascades and south central Oregon Cascades. In southwest Oregon, central Douglas county, Curry county coast, eastern Curry county and Josephine county, eastern Douglas county foothills, Jackson county, and south central Oregon coast. From late tonight through late Monday night rainfall amounts from Saturday through Monday of 2 to 4 inches are expected, with higher totals of up to 7 inches in Curry county, and lower totals of around 1.3 inches in central Jackson county. The deer creek at Roseburg and the little Butte creek at Eagle Point are two locations to watch in particular Six hour rainfall rates at times Sunday and Monday indicate possible debris flow and reports of log jams in the taylor creek burn scar may contribute to forest road damage. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts. You should Monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop. Landslides and debris flows are possible during this flood event. People, structures and roads located below steep slopes, in canyons and near the mouths of canyons may be at serious risk from rapidly moving landslides.

US395: MP 148.75

Construction Work
Informational only
Comments
Road construction is or will be occurring. Use caution. No work expected.
Last Updated
2/17/2019 1:18 AM

US97: MP 240.55 to 257.77

Construction Work
Informational only
Comments
Road construction is or will be occurring. Use caution. No work expected.
Last Updated
2/17/2019 1:18 AM

US97: MP 265.65 to 280.51

Construction Work
Informational only
Comments
Road construction is or will be occurring. Use caution. No work expected.
Last Updated
2/17/2019 1:18 AM

ORE140: MP 22.1 to 22.29

Construction Work
Informational only
Comments
Road construction is or will be occurring. Use caution. No work expected.
Last Updated
2/17/2019 1:19 AM

ORE140: MP 41.44

Construction Work
Informational only
Comments
Road construction is or will be occurring. Use caution. No work expected.
Last Updated
2/17/2019 1:18 AM

ORE140: MP 82.8 to 84.86

Construction Work
Informational only
Comments
Road construction is or will be occurring. Use caution. No work expected.
Last Updated
2/17/2019 1:19 AM