Alyssa Caroprese

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Name: Alyssa Caroprese
Date registered: December 13, 2012
URL: http://www.kdrv.com/weather

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  1. Winds Could Impact Fires Today — August 29, 2014
  2. Air Quality Impacts Region-Wide — August 28, 2014
  3. Near 100 Today, Cooler for the Holiday — August 27, 2014
  4. Summer Heat in Full Swing — August 26, 2014
  5. Offshore Winds Warm Up the Coast — August 25, 2014

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Winds Could Impact Fires Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure ridging will flatten out today over the Northwest, meaning the storm track will inch further south into our region. This is going to allow the storm door to swing open to our north. A front will push through Oregon and Washington, helping to bring in some clouds tonight and some … Continue reading »

Air Quality Impacts Region-Wide

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Winds are out of the West, Southwest allowing smoke to filter over the state border into Southern Oregon. Air quality continues to be poor in Siskiyou County locations and throughout the morning was reading between moderate and unhealthy for sensitive groups across the Valley. Winds will stay out of the west, southwest … Continue reading »

Near 100 Today, Cooler for the Holiday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues to be our dominant weather feature. This is keeping the storm track to our north and allowing warmer air to filter into the Northwest. Highs will be flirting with 100 across the West Side this afternoon and 90 in the Basin. Winds will be shifting throughout the day today. … Continue reading »

Summer Heat in Full Swing

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure will build into the West these next couple of days, allowing our temperatures to climb. We’ll be flirting with 100 across West Side Valleys by Wednesday. Skies will stay sunny across inland locations and will start off with clouds and fog at the coast. For now, the weather will stay … Continue reading »

Offshore Winds Warm Up the Coast

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The weather continues to remain inactive this week. An offshore wind weather pattern will set up the next 48 hours keeping coastal communities mild through Tuesday night. Temperatures will easily climb into the 70′s and 80′s here. Unfortunately offshore winds drop the moisture content in the air across inland locations. Between low … Continue reading »

Perfect Way to Kick Off the Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The West Coast continues to remain in between two air masses, keeping our winds north, northwesterly. Because we’re in between the two, temperatures are staying very comfortable region-wide …and below average. The marine layer is developing at the coast but there isn’t much in the way of fog just yet. It’s pushing … Continue reading »

Mother Nature Giving the AC a Break

  WEATHER DISCUSSION As the West Coast sits in between two air masses, temperatures will stay right around average through the end of the week. Again highs are going to be in the 70′s and 80′s inland this afternoon. Even at the coast, there is very little in the way of cloud cover and fog … Continue reading »

A Little Cooler & More Comfortable!

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The weather will begin quieting down beginning today. The West Coast is in between two air masses, with a trough just to our east and a ridge of high pressure just to our west. The ridge will slowly inch our way into the weekend. In the meantime, the weather will stay inactive … Continue reading »

Still Watching Out for Lightning Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Thunderstorms managed to move into West Side Valleys Monday afternoon bringing rain, strong winds and hail. Today, the moisture will shift further inland keeping the lightning threat confined to the Klamath Basin and Siskiyou County. Storms should be isolated in these locations this afternoon. By tomorrow, the weather will stay very inactive … Continue reading »

Still Watching for More Lightning

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Two nocturnal thunderstorms developed overnight in Jackson County, one of which passed straight through Medford. Both of these storms were a result of outflow boundaries, winds that storms tend to release as they are dying down. These outflow boundaries were from Sunday evening’s storms over Siskiyou County. Outflow boundaries are also what … Continue reading »

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