Milt Radford

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Name: Milt Radford
Date registered: May 4, 2012


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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More Rain on Monday

A larger cold front arrives late Sunday night with rain on Monday across most areas of southern Oregon and northern California west of the Cascades. A change in our pattern will bring sunny weather to the second half of the week.

More Rain Monday

Showers will taper on Saturday but a stronger front will bring rain Monday to most areas west of the Cascades. By the middle of next week, clear weather returns with valley highs in the mid-70s.

Rain on the Way

After a long spell of dry weather the pattern changes Friday.  Afternoon temperatures will be cooler. Rain will be mainly along the coast. Monday, we’ll see heavier rain for areas west of the Cascades.

Fall Weather Coming Soon

The area of high pressure that has given us clear weather for several days will weaken Thursday night as the first in a series of cold fronts moves in from the Pacific Friday.  Rain is likely west of the Cascades.

Clear Weather Continues

High pressure over the region will continue to produce mostly clear weather with frost advisories and freeze warnings.  A few clouds from an area of low pressure to the south will drift into northern California.

More Cold Nights This Week

Clear weather will continue to create cooler than normal overnight low temperatures. A Freeze Warning is in effect Monday morning for the Klamath Basin and Frost Advisories for the Rogue Valley and Northern California.

Mostly Clear Weather Continues

A large area of high pressure will continue to give us mostly clear weather inland with a few clouds and occasional drizzle on the south coast. Daytime highs will be seasonable but nighttime lows may dip below freezing in the Klamath Basin.

Cooler After Monday

We’ll see clear weather through much of this week but temperatures will gradually cool to seasonal averages.  Our chance of rain continues to be low.

Sunny Weather Continues

Mostly clear weather with daytime temperatures a few degrees above normal will continue for several more days.  We’ll see an increase in clouds toward next weekend with temperatures cooler; much closer to average for this time of year. Our chance of rain continues to be low.

More Hot Weather

A few passing clouds are moving out of the area.  A strong ridge of high pressure will give us clear skies beginning Sunday with high temperatures early next week reaching the mid-90s.

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