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. Beautiful Start to your Holiday Weekend — April 18, 2014
  2. Ask the Met: How Computer Models Work — April 17, 2014
  3. Spring Showers Today, Improving Friday — April 17, 2014
  4. Quiet & Comfortable for Today — April 16, 2014
  5. Ask the Meteorologist: Dew Points — April 3, 2014

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Beautiful Start to your Holiday Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Following the spring showers that came through yesterday is beautiful weather and improving conditions. Partly to mostly sunny skies are on the way for today with areas of fog in the morning, clearing quickly once the sun comes up. High temperatures will climb into the 60′s & 70′s. Saturday a weak front … Continue reading »

Ask the Met: How Computer Models Work

  ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “How do the weather computers know what the weather is going to be like a few days before it happens?” Jon Thomas, Central Point Our viewers always hear us mention the computer models or the weather models. What we don’t get to mention is how these computer models generate their own … Continue reading »

Spring Showers Today, Improving Friday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A front will push into the Northwest today, bringing spring showers to much of the region by mid to late afternoon. Temperatures will still stay mild, despite the cloud cover moving in throughout the morning. Snow levels will start off high around 9,000′ before dropping to 6,500′ into this evening. Showers will … Continue reading »

Quiet & Comfortable for Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A mostly dry and quiet day is ahead. High clouds will be present across the region but temperatures will have no problem warming up this afternoon. The upper 60′s are on the way for West Side Valleys and the low to mid 60′s for the East Side. Light and scattered showers will … Continue reading »

Ask the Meteorologist: Dew Points

  ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “What is dew point?” Victoria Daugherty, Yreka The dew point is a direct measure of how much moisture is in our air. It is recorded using the Fahenrehit scale so does reflect a temperature. Another way to think of the dew point, is the temperature at which the air must cool … Continue reading »

Spotty Showers Today, 70′s Next Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another weak storm system will move into the region today. This will bring mostly cloudy skies and spotty showers later in the day. These showers will be light and will not drop much in measurable rain, if any at all. Snow levels will stay around 4,500′ for the afternoon confining snow to … Continue reading »

Quiet Today & Warmer

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A winter weather advisory will remain in effect for Eastern Klamath & for Lake County through 9am this morning. 2″-4″ is possible throughout the morning. Aside from this, it will be a quiet day across the region with gradually clearing skies. Fog is likely in Northern Josephine County & Southern Douglas. Thursday … Continue reading »

Spotty Showers & T-Storms Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The area of low pressure that brought rain and snow to the region yesterday and overnight will travel south and east today. Even so, showers will still develop later today ..mainly a result of instability. For this reason, thunderstorms are also in the forecast for the Coastline. Most of these showers inland … Continue reading »

Late Season Storm Brings Rain & Snow

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A late season storm system will bring rain, snow & wind to the region later today. A cold front will bring cold air into Northern California, keeping snow levels around 3,000′ by late afternoon and allowing for snow to fall over much of Siskiyou County into this evening. Periods of rain are … Continue reading »

Rain, Wind & Snow for Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A very potent storm system will be pushing into the Northwest today. Precipitation will begin falling in the form of showers across the region and will turn to more consistent rain from west to east, falling moderate to heavy at times. Snow levels will be rising to 6,000′ due to the southerly … Continue reading »

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