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. Dry Friday but Rest Easy, Rain on Way — January 30, 2015
  2. Quiet into Weekend, Some Rain on the Way — January 29, 2015
  3. More Dense Fog, Possibly Rain to Come — January 28, 2015
  4. More Dense Fog Early, Mostly Cloudy — January 27, 2015
  5. Dense AM Fog, Afternoon Clearing — January 26, 2015

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Pet of the Week: Winston

This week’s pet is Winston, a 9 year old Parson¬†Russell Terrier. Don’t be fooled by his age, Winston can be lively and rarely acts his age. He is active and like most terriers, enjoys chasing and running. Because he enjoys running after small animals he would do best in a home without a cat. He … Continue reading »

Quiet & Beautiful to Start the New Year

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure and offshore winds continue to bring beautiful weather to the area. It will again turn out to be gorgeous this afternoon, with chilly temperatures in the morning. Areas of frost are likely along the coast, mostly in Coos County where temperatures are coolest. This afternoon highs will climb into the … Continue reading »

Bitter Cold Again for New Year’s Eve

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another round of cold temperatures is now underway across the area. Morning lows bottomed out in the single digits east of the Cascades, the teens and low 20’s here in the Valley. Fortunately, there will be a good amount of sunshine again today to help remove the chill in the air. Highs … Continue reading »

Cold Snap Now Underway Across the Region

  WEATHER DISCUSSION An arctic air mass has moved in behind the front that came through the region yesterday. Rain mixed with some sleet was falling across the Valley Monday afternoon. The wet roads combined with very cold temperatures will make roads quite slick this morning. Temperatures are downright cold — in the teens in … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow Showers, Then Bitter Cold

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak storm system will travel down the I-5 corridor today, bringing showers and cold air into Southern Oregon. It’s already chilly ahead of this storm system, also indicated by our low snow levels that are starting off around 2,000.’ Temperatures won’t warm much today — the 50’s along the coast, low … Continue reading »

Ask the Met: How to Forecast Weather

  ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “How can you tell what weather is coming when?” Kristen One of the most helpful tools in weather forecasting is satellite imagery. This tells us many different things ranging from storm track, storm history, whether the system is strengthening or weakening, etc. Just looking at satellite imagery we can pinpoint where … Continue reading »

Snow & Ice Across the Area Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Tripcheck is reporting 6″ of new snow off the road of Siskiyou Summit. Temperatures are in the upper 20’s leaving the roadway icy. Holiday travelers planning to head over the Summit will need to leave themselves extra time and drive slow. ¬†Highway 140 was also snow covered yesterday afternoon and I heard … Continue reading »

Travel Concerns as Rain & Snow Moves In

WEATHER DISCUSSION A quick moving storm system will bring rain and snow to the area today. Rain will move in throughout the morning, falling moderate to heavy at times. Winds will also become breezy along the coast, high country and Klamath Basin. Behind this front is some very cold air and snow levels are expected … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow to Arrive on Christmas Eve

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Today will bring a break in the wet weather we’ve been seeing. The mild temperatures will continue throughout the afternoon with highs climbing a good 10-15 degrees above average. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy with fog gradually lifting throughout the morning. On Christmas Eve a quick moving storms system will … Continue reading »

Rain/Snow to Move in Christmas Eve Night

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The wetting rains over the weekend led to rapid river rises across southern Oregon. Flood warnings for the Coquille River remain in effect at Coquille and near Myrtle Point (as of 7:30am). All of the rivers have crested though and with showers winding down, river levels will gradually lower over the next … Continue reading »

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