Milt Radford

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Name: Milt Radford
Date registered: May 4, 2012

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Meteorologist Milt Radford has worn many hats since he began working as a broadcaster in 1980. He has worked as an anchor, producer, assignment editor, and most recently, as a meteorologist. His background includes both radio and television broadcasting, and he spent more than 10 years working in public relations with Alaska’s Providence Hospital. Milt’s arrival in June of 2005 made NewsWatch 12 the only local station to have three meteorologists, available to cover the weather 24/7. In March of 2009 Milt was awarded the American Meteorological Society’s Broadcast Seal of Approval. You can see him Tuesday through Saturday on NewsWatch 12 5:00, 6:00 and 11:00 p.m. Milt comes to the Rogue Valley from Anchorage. He has degrees in communications and business from Brigham Young University and Alaska Pacific University. He received his meteorology certification from Mississippi State University. He and his wife Deanne live in Medford with 4 of their 6 children

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  1. Dry Through Tuesday — November 25, 2012
  2. Dry Foggy Weather — November 24, 2012
  3. Wet and Windy Weather — November 17, 2012
  4. Rainy and Windy Weekend — November 16, 2012
  5. Rainy Weather Returns — November 11, 2012

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Dry Through Tuesday

We’ll continue to see partly clear weather through Tuesday with foggy mornings and sunny breaks in the afternoon. Beginning Wednesday, a series of fronts will bring rain to the valleys and snow to the mountains through the weekend.

Dry Foggy Weather

The front that brought light showers on Saturday is moving east, being replaced by a ridge of high pressure that will give us partly cloudy weather through Tuesday. Morning will be foggy but we’ll see sunny breaks in the afternooon.

Wet and Windy Weather

Occasional rain and snow showers will continue for the next several days as a series of fronts become progressively stronger. We’ll see gusty winds, especially on the coast and in the Klamath Basin on Sunday and Monday with heavy rain at times.

Rainy and Windy Weekend

A series of weather fronts will move through the area until the middle of next week, bringing rainy and windy weather to southern Oregon and northern California. Snow levels will generally remain high but could occasionally drop below pass level.

Rainy Weather Returns

A front moving through southern Oregon and northern California is bringing rain showers to the valleys on Monday with mostly light snow to elevations above three-thousand feet. We’ll see warmer temperatures throughout most of the week.

Cool through the weekend

A cool, wet airmass continues to bring occasional rain showers to the valleys and snow at elevations above two-thousand feet. Roadways will be icy at the higher elevations during the morning hours. Warmer weather returns next week.

Warm Weather to Continue

Foggy conditions will persist for the next few mornings but burn off during the day. Afternoon high temperatures will continue to be about ten degrees above average for this time of year. Midweek, a front will bring cooler temperatures to our area.

Warm Afternoons

Partly clear weather will continue through the middle of the week with overnight fog likely in the valleys and on the coast. Afternoon temperatures will be a few degrees warmer than normal. A cold front will bring showers by Thursday.

Foggy Mornings

Showers will diminish Saturday. Valley fog will be common the next few mornings but generally, burn off by midday. Afternoon high temperatures will reach the 60s and overnight lows will stay in the 40s. Rain returns late next week.

Heavy Coastal Rain This Week

Up to four inches of rain will fall on the southern Oregon coast this week. Some of that rain will move inland by Halloween and linger into Thursday. Partly clear weather returns later in the week with sunshine likely for the weekend.

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