The National Weather Service in Medford, Ore., reports that winds in the Weed to Yreka area of northern California will make travel difficult through Monday at 10 a.m., especially for high profile vehicles along Interstate 5. Tree damage and power outages are possible.

A high wind warning is in effect from Sunday morning, Feb. 8 to Monday at 10 a.m. with gusts up to 70 miles per hour possible.

The National Weather Service in Medford, Ore., reports that winds in the Weed to Yreka area of northern California will make travel difficult, especially for high profile vehicles along Interstate 5. Tree damage and power outages are possible.

The National Weather Service has also issued a flood warning for western Siskiyou County and parts of southern Oregon through 11:45 p.m. Monday.

Siskiyou County locations expected to experience flooding, according to NWS, include Yreka, Happy Camp, Fort Jones, Etna, Greenview, and Somes Bar.

A flood warning means that flooding is imminent or has been reported.

NWS reports that some areas have received as much as 9 inches of rain.

The California Department of Water Resources rain gauge in Mount Shasta shows about 5.5 inches of precipitation fell from Thursday through Saturday.

The NWS reports that a record daily maximum for rainfall was set in Mount Shasta Saturday, Feb. 7, when 4.87 inches fell. The old record for Feb. 7 was 2.87 inches in 1908.

For the season beginning Oct. 1, more than 26 inches of precipitation have been recorded in Mount Shasta, and it is raining hard as of early afternoon Sunday, Feb. 8.