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: How Computer Models Work — April 17, 2014
  2. Spring Showers Today, Improving Friday — April 17, 2014
  3. Quiet & Comfortable for Today — April 16, 2014
  4. Ask the Meteorologist: Dew Points — April 3, 2014
  5. Spotty Showers Today, 70′s Next Week — April 3, 2014

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Increasing Sun Today & Much Cooler

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A quick moving storm system moved through overnight. This brought rain, snow & wind to much of Southern Oregon but all of the precipitation came to an end just as quickly as it started. The storm is already passing to our south and east and gradual clearing will bring sun into the … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Sammy

Our latest Pet of the Week is Sammy, a 7 year old Husky Shepherd mix. Sammy is a sweetheart! She may be big, weighing at least 50 pounds or more, but she knows her size. She is gentle with kids and will fall over for anyone to pet her belly. She would be perfectly suitable … Continue reading »

Isolated AM Showers, Afternoon Clearing

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak cold front is moving through the Northwest this morning. This is bringing rain showers to much of Southern Oregon however these showers will be winding down by 8 & 9 o’clock. Most showers that develop into midday will be along and west of the Cascades and won’t drop much, if … Continue reading »

More Sun & Spring-Like Weather

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure remains in control of our weather and plenty of sun is on the way again today. High temperatures on Wednesday made it into the 70′s west of the Cascades and this will likely happen again this afternoon. High & thin cirrus clouds will be moving in from the North & … Continue reading »

Ask the Meteorologist: Earning a Degree

  ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “How many years of college are needed to be a meteorologist?” Kailee Bell, Ashland ¬†Four years of schooling is required to get a degree in meteorology. If you don’t include all of the general education requirements, it is 2 years. The core classes in a meteorology degree do require A LOT … Continue reading »

Warm Again Today, Plenty of Sun

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another round of sun is in store for today. High temperatures will be climbing well above average for the afternoon, approaching 70 degrees over much of the West Side. The forecasted high in Medford is in fact 70 later today. Patchy morning fog and the typical low lying clouds that form in … Continue reading »

Cold Mornings but Warm Afternoons

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure is building into the West today. This will bring very inactive weather to the Northwest this week, with the storm track remaining well to our north. Plenty of sun will keep high temperatures between 7 & 15 degrees above average. Because winds are offshore today, the Chetco Effect will be … Continue reading »

6.9 Magnitude Earthquake Near Eureka

NEAR EUREKA, CALIF. — The United States Geological Survey says a 6.9 magnitude earthquake rumbled the ground last night shortly before 10:30pm. The epicenter was located 50 miles west of Eureka, California. The tremor was felt across Southern Oregon at 10:18pm Sunday night when the earthquake struck. Emergency Management in Eureka says no damage has … Continue reading »

AM Showers Today, 70′s this Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front that moved through overnight Sunday into Monday has brought considerable rain to Southern Oregon. A couple inches of rain has fallen at the Coast and 1″+ on both the West & East Sides. Over Northern California measurable rain has been reported as well. Showers will develop behind this front … Continue reading »

Quiet Weather Today & Mild

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure will build into the Northwest today. This is going to keep temperatures very mild and bring quiet weather to our forecast area. Low lying clouds and fog will break and lead to mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. Temperatures will climb into the 50′s & 60′s for the second half … Continue reading »

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