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. Ask the Met: El Nino — December 18, 2014
  2. Two Storms Bring Rain/Snow — December 18, 2014
  3. Mt. Shasta Announces Season Open — December 17, 2014
  4. Showers Today, Rain/Snow End of Week — December 17, 2014
  5. Snow Tonight in Southern Siskiyou Co. — December 16, 2014

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Strong Winds to Impact Entire Region

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front will lift north and east today through the Northwest. This will bring rain to the coastline and rain showers to inland locations. Skies will start off cloudy, and temperatures mild as a result. Shower activity will move inland by lunchtime/early afternoon. Light to moderate rain is possible from passing … Continue reading »

Heavy Rain on the Way for the Valley

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The weather will stay fairly quiet both today and tomorrow. A few passing showers are possible over the course of Monday, with a better chance arriving tomorrow. Skies will stay partly to mostly cloudy today, with any sun breaks being throughout the mid to late morning hours. Winds will become breezy this … Continue reading »

Rain Moves in Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Fog has formed across many inland locations this morning, bringing poor visibilities. This is freezing fog for the Klamath Basin where temperatures are starting off near freezing. The fog will gradually lift into the afternoon but the clouds will stick around through tonight. Increasing mid and high level clouds will bring rain … Continue reading »

Showers Come & Go This Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front is lifting north across the state of Oregon. This brought rain showers west of the Cascades overnight and snow showers along the Cascades and in the Klamath Basin. Snow is blanketing parts of Highway 140 and also Highway 97 and holiday travels should drive with caution. Snow levels will … Continue reading »

Rain Moving Through for Black Friday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The front that stalled out over Oregon yesterday will move south and east today. This will bring rain to most locations over the next 24 hours. Because of the cloud cover, temperatures across the board are starting off mild. However, we likely won’t see much of a warm up as this cold … Continue reading »

Ask the Meteorologist: Waterspouts

  ASK THE METEOROLOGIST Isaac, Ashland Middle School Tornadoes that we see over the ocean are called waterspouts! There are two types …fair weather and tornadic. Tornadic waterspouts are simply tornadoes over water that develop from cumulonimbus clouds, or thunderstorm clouds. Fair weather waterspouts on the other hand,┬ádo not develop from thunderstorms but instead form … Continue reading »

Stormy & Wet into the Holiday Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A front will stall out across the state of Oregon today. This will bring consistent and measurable rainfall to Curry County, Northern Josephine, Southern Douglas and also the Crater Lake area. Elsewhere inland, we will see periods of rain off and on. Another round of persistent fog across the West Side and … Continue reading »

Danielle Stops by to Introduce Graham

Danielle Craig made an appearance on the morning newscasts today! Although she is on maternity leave, she came in to speak with Kirstin and Ron about the newest addition to her family. Baby Graham was introduced to viewers and Danielle shared how she is now juggling two kids! She says she misses work but does … Continue reading »

AM Fog, Otherwise Smooth Sailing Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Today will bring the last round of quiet weather to the region. Morning fog is likely across inland locations ..across West Side Valleys, the Shasta Valley and Klamath Basin. Temperatures are near and below freezing over Northern California and the East Side and fog in these locations will be freezing fog. Low … Continue reading »

Quiet Today but A Wet Holiday Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure is in control of our weather today, keeping the storm track off to our north. Morning clouds will gradually burn off across the region and make way for mostly sunny skies by the afternoon. Highs are going to trend warmer today than Monday. We’ll be a good 5-8 degrees above … Continue reading »

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