Seth Phillips

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Name: Seth Phillips
Date registered: January 28, 2014

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  1. Rain and Snow to Continue — April 22, 2014
  2. Rain, Wind, and Snow In the Forecast — April 21, 2014
  3. Lyrids Meteor Shower — April 20, 2014
  4. Transition Starts Tomorrow — April 20, 2014
  5. Quiet For the Rest of the Weekend — April 19, 2014

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  1. Lunar Eclipse Overnight Monday — 4 comments
  2. Spotty Clouds for Today — 2 comments

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Rain and Snow to Continue

WEATHER DISCUSSION Earth Day A slight “break” in precipitation today has created the gap between two sets of storms that has and will be moving in to the region. Last night came the first round with a very strong cold front moving onto the coast. Cooler air was rushed in and allowed for our high … Continue reading »

Rain, Wind, and Snow In the Forecast

WEATHER DISCUSSION There is a lot going on this week as far as weather is concerned. Rain, wind, and snow are in the forecast. This active weather pattern will last through the week and could even stretch into the weekend. First, we’ll start with the wind. A WIND ADVISORY is in effect for the Shasta … Continue reading »

Lyrids Meteor Shower

WEATHER NEWS The yearly Lyrids Meteor shower is currently underway. The shower is usually active between the 16th and the 26th of April each year. The peak of this shower will be on the evening of April 21st and the morning of April 22nd. From 11 p.m Monday to 5 a.m. on Tuesday about 20 … Continue reading »

Transition Starts Tomorrow

WEATHER DISCUSSION Happy Easter Sunday! After the beautiful sunny weather seen during the weekend, active weather is on tap for the week. Rain, wind, and snow are all expected with a series of storms moving in. The high pressure ridge is finally breaking down and off the coast a very well defined, deep trough is … Continue reading »

Quiet For the Rest of the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION After a morning and an afternoon of scattered showers, conditions are finally starting to calm down. A small upper level disturbance moved into the area Thursday afternoon allowing for some showers to fall along the coast and the Northern Cascades. These showers did not hang around for too long as most had dissipated … Continue reading »

Overall Sunny for Easter Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure has built itself into the area allowing for sunny skies and limited cloud coverage to be the story for the weekend. A weak cold front will approach the coast on Saturday morning. This front will break down as it approaches due to the high pressure already in place. This will bring … Continue reading »

Rain Showers Not Lasting Long

WEATHER DISCUSSION A very well defined storm is moving through the area. The bad news is that it’s a quick-mover and will not stick around very long. The coast and the northern areas of the forecast area are already seeing a clearing from the rain. Reports from these areas have only seen a few tenths … Continue reading »

Front Bringing Showers for Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Clouds are starting to thicken into the area ahead of a strong cold front moving towards the coast. These showers will not last very long but they will bring a small amount of much needed moisture to the area. Showers will start hitting the coast around the late afternoon hours and then the … Continue reading »

Clouds Moving in, Showers to Follow

WEATHER DISCUSSION This weeks weather pattern is starting to look more impressive as we chug along. Just last weekend is seemed as if we were only going to get cloud coverage but the pesky high pressure has broken down and now the jet stream can usher these storms in a little further south than expected. … Continue reading »

Cloudy Week Ahead

WEATHER DISCUSSION This week will see a few unimpressive storm systems move in starting on Monday afternoon. Unfortunately clouds will be the big story for these systems. High pressure built in over the area will continue to break down these storms as they move in keeping the majority of precipitation to the north of us. … Continue reading »

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