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. Second Round of Storms Later Today — July 30, 2014
  2. First Round of Storms Expected Today — July 29, 2014
  3. Thunder & Lightning Much of the Week — July 28, 2014
  4. Hot for the Weekend, Storms Next Week — July 25, 2014
  5. Quiet, Cooler & Pleasant Today! — July 24, 2014

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Nice Weather for Father’s Day

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy overnight and another round of cool temperatures is likely east of the Cascades by Sunday morning. Patchy frost in the Basin will only be around for a couple hours as mostly sunny skies warm temperatures. A cooler air mass is in place across the Northwest … Continue reading »

Pets of the Week: Ivy & Wayne!

There are TWO pets of the week on this Friday the 13th — Ivy and Wayne! They are two month old kittens named after the characters in Batman. Ivy is a Calico car and Wayne a Tuxedo. There are others from the same litter also with names from the Batman series. Only one though is … Continue reading »

Light & Isolated Showers for your Friday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A much cooler air mass has settled into the Northwest today. Temperatures will trend even cooler than Thursday and actually below¬†average for the first time in quite a while. Highs will be in the 50′s and 60′s east of the Cascades and the 60′s and 70′s across the West Side. Skies will … Continue reading »

Ask the Meteorologist: Acid Rain

ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “What does the term ‘acid rain’ mean?” 4th/5th Grade, Vineyard Christian School Acid rain is rain that is unusually acidic. In other words, it has high levels of hydrogen ions. Other forms of precipitation, in addition to rain, can be acidic. Freezing rain and snow being two examples. Acid precipitation can be … Continue reading »

Cooler Today, Fantastic for Father’s Day

  WEATHER DISCUSSION An area of low pressure moving into the Northwest is bringing mostly cloudy skies to the Coast and high clouds inland this morning. Temperatures will start off mild, but trend about 10 degrees cooler throughout the afternoon because of this. A few light and isolated showers are likely along northern coastal sections, … Continue reading »

Fire Danger Level Climbs to High Monday

MEDFORD, Ore. — On Monday, June 16th¬†the fire danger level will increase to high for Oregon Department of Forestry-protected land in Jackson and Josephine Counties. The industrial fire precuation level will remain at level one. Restrictions include no debris burning, no fireworks and no exploding targets with a phyrotechnic charge in it’s base. Campfires will … Continue reading »

One More Hot Day, Cooling by Week’s End

  WEATHER DISCUSSION One last day of hot temperatures will come today, before a cooler air mass slides into the Northwest. Clear skies will bring high temperatures into the mid 80′s over the West Side this afternoon & near 90 over Northern California. Another round of strong winds will develop as temperatures climb throughout the … Continue reading »

Still Quiet & Warm Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another quiet day is ahead as high pressure continues to sit over our region. Temperatures will be a few degrees cooler today, but still warm & above average. The offshore wind will weaken today, so the high in Brookings should be cooler than past days. Winds will pick up across all locations … Continue reading »

Sunny & Hot With Patchy Smoke

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another quiet day is ahead with clear skies and warm temperatures. A few clouds will hug the coastline early, but expect these clouds to clear out into mid-morning leading to sunny skies. We’ll be in the 80′s again in Brookings into Midday, but should cool down throughout the afternoon as the winds … Continue reading »

Sunny & Hot for Second Half of Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The weather continues to remain very inactive. Offshore winds are keeping Brookings very warm for a fourth day in a row. Fire weather warnings are in effect through 9pm Saturday evening and will likely go into effect again on Sunday. Humidities are low and winds strong; under this weather pattern, you can … Continue reading »

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