Land Management Forecasts
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ECCDA Discussions for Yreka and Modoc California Dispatch Areas
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
144 PM PDT Wed Oct 5 2022

ECC002-061445-
West Yreka-
Discussion for Western Klamath
144 PM PDT Wed Oct 5 2022

High pressure will persist at least through Sunday with little
day to day change in very warm and dry late summer-like conditions
with weak winds. A trough passage early next week is expected to
bring a cooling trend with an increase of wind speeds, and there
is a possibility that it will be strong enough and track near
enough to produce showers.


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ECC102-061445-
East Yreka-
Discussion for Eastern Klamath
144 PM PDT Wed Oct 5 2022

High pressure will persist at least through Sunday with little
day to day change in very warm and dry late summer-like conditions
with weak winds. A trough passage early next week is expected to
bring a cooling trend with an increase of wind speeds, and there
is a possibility that it will be strong enough and track near
enough to produce showers.


$$

ECC003-061445-
Alturas-
Discussion for Modoc
144 PM PDT Wed Oct 5 2022

High pressure will persist at least through Sunday with little
day to day change in very warm and dry late summer-like conditions
with weak winds. A trough passage early next week is expected to
bring a cooling trend with an increase of wind speeds, and there
is a possibility that it will be strong enough and track near
enough to produce showers.


$$


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