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  • Chance of storms remains in region today

  • Thunderheads building up in the region this afternoon could bring another round of strong storms to the Rogue Valley, forecasters said.
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  • Thunderheads building up in the region this afternoon could bring another round of strong storms to the Rogue Valley, forecasters said.
    A hazardous weather outlook issued by the Medford office of the National Weather Service warns of the potential for powerful thunderstorms between Lake and Curry counties.
    Storm cells are gathering now east of the Cascades in Klamath and Lake counties and to the south in Siskiyou County, Calif., much like they did Sunday, the weather service reported.
    The region that could be affected by storms today extends farther west.
    Today's weather continues a pattern of moist air and afternoon warming that forms thunderstorms. The scattered storms could bring heavy rain, small hail, wind gusts up to 30 mph and frequent lightning, the outlook said.
    The forecast for this week expects a chance of afternoon and evening thunderstorms to linger through Thursday.
    — Anita Burke
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