Climate - Climate on the Winema changes drastically depending on elevation. The high elevations receive much more precipitation and colder temperatures. Much of the precipitation comes from October to April, mostly in the form of snow in the higher elevations. Winter temperatures can drop below zero degrees Fahrenheit. Late spring, summer and early autumn tend to bring clear, sunny days, with warm temperatures at the low elevations and moderate temperatures at the higher elevations. Summer afternoon thunderstorms are not uncommon.
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Additional Information: Winema National Forest
- The Winema National Forest lies in south-central Oregon. The Forest borders Crater Lake National Park, near the crest of the Cascades and stretches eastward into the Klamath River Basin.