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      A Freeze Warning is in effect for the majority of Douglas County, including Rosdeburg, until 9am Wednesday. Overnight temperatures for areas under the Freeze warning will plummet to the lower 20s and possibly teens.

      A Frost Advisory is in effect for southwestern Oregon including coastal locations such as Bandon and Coos Bay until 8am Wednesday. Overnight lows will drop to below freezing and into the 20s for many spots.

      A Winter Storm Watch will take effect Wednesday evening for all of Western Oregon, and continue until Thursday morning. The watch has been put into effect due to the possibility of freezing rain early Thursday morning.

      Clear skies across the region Tuesday night will make for chilly temperatures to begin Wednesday. At night, clouds work like a blanket helping to keep heat at the surface of the earth. As the clouds diminish that heat radiates away into space and surface temperatures drop. Because of this many locations should expect lows to hit the lower 20s, and a few places may even be in the teens.

      Black ice is possible Wednesday morning. Any standing water on the roads will freeze with the cold overnight lows. The wise morning commuter is planning to leave early and give his or herself extra time to get to work or school.

      Wednesday afternoon will see clouds begin to move into the region with the arrival of our next storm. Highs on Wednesday will high the mid 40s and lower 50s. Rainfall will start after sunset on Wednesday and possibly turn to freezing rain by Thursday morning. Ice accumulations will be small—less than a tenth of an inch—but enough to cause traffic delays and problems Thursday.

      Updated Tuesday evening by meteorologist Travis Knudsen on December 6, 2016.

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      Today's Record Temperatures

      Record High67
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      Record Low-6
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