Seth Phillips

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Name: Seth Phillips
Date registered: January 28, 2014

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  1. Pet of the Week: Willie — December 19, 2014
  2. Strong System On Tap for the Weekend — December 19, 2014
  3. Rain and Snow for your Work Week — December 14, 2014
  4. Small Break Before More Rain and Snow — December 13, 2014
  5. Best Meteor Shower of the Year Tonight — December 13, 2014

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Pet of the Week: Willie

PET OF THE WEEK Meet Willie! He is a black and tan cavalier spaniel/dachshund mix. Willie is five years old and is sometimes afraid of men. He starts off sensitive, but will warm up to you after some time. Willie is in need of a family with primarily girls, and no children, who will take … Continue reading »

Strong System On Tap for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION An active weather pattern sits over the region after the high pressure ridge that set in the last few days. An upper level low spinning in the Gulf of Alaska is sending a cold front boundary into our region and the initial line of showers and thunderstorms happened overnight into this morning. That … Continue reading »

Rain and Snow for your Work Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION After the quiet break for the weekend, the pattern is changing back to active for the next week. A small ridge of high pressure set up after the strong storm that worked its way in last week. This high pressure ride kept precipitation at bay and cleared us out slightly for Saturday. Now, … Continue reading »

Small Break Before More Rain and Snow

WEATHER DISCUSSION Wednesday and Thursday’s storm system was one that we may not see for a while. In fact, the last time our region experienced a storm of that magnitude was well over 5 years ago. Not only did we receive heavy rain and snow at times, but the winds packed a huge punch. Now … Continue reading »

Best Meteor Shower of the Year Tonight

ASTRONOMY NEWS Geminids Meteor Shower Best View: Saturday Evening – Eastern Sky / Sunday Morning – Zenith (Straight Up) Tonight and tomorrow morning, the best meteor shower of the year will come into play. This particular meteor shower has been known to produce anywhere from 60-80 multicolored meteors per hour; and at it’s peak, can … Continue reading »

Light Overnight Showers

WEATHER DISCUSSION Number two of a series of cold fronts is beginning to make its way into our forecast area. Two lines of showers a visible on the radar. One over mountains from Douglas to Modoc County, and a stronger line along the coast. This is a relatively weak front and is expected to break … Continue reading »

Nothing Shy About This Cold Front

WEATHER DISCUSSION The frontal boundary is still offshore, but we are getting a front row seat of the showers it is pushing in. Rain┬ábegan falling at the coast around 3:00 p.m. as the boundary headed towards the coast. As of 10:00 p.m. Friday, all regions are getting some form of precipitation. The showers will last … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Matilda

Meet Matilda! She is a 4-year-old Staffordshire terrier mix. She is a big sweetheart, and can respond to many tricks and commands. She takes a little time to warm up to people, so she will feel safe with a patient owner, who will take the time to let her open up. If you are interested … Continue reading »

Front Brings Rain and Strong Winds Today

WEATHER DISCUSSION The first cold front in a series will reach the Oregon/California coast overnight and allow for more rain to fall. Light showers will be the case for our region in the morning hours of Friday. Then, as the front gets closer, rainfall will get stronger in the afternoon. Rainfall will become heavier at … Continue reading »

Ask the Meteorologist: Fog

ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “Is Fog Formed From Clouds?” Samantha G. It’s the time of the year where morning fog is becoming a staple in the forecast. Fog has many different types, but essentially forms because of a process known as condensation. This is the same process that clouds form by. So technically, fog is a … Continue reading »

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