Seth Phillips

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Name: Seth Phillips
Date registered: January 28, 2014

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  1. Showers Are Over For Now — November 23, 2014
  2. Cool and Dry Start for the Work Week — November 16, 2014
  3. Arctic Air Moving In — November 15, 2014
  4. K Falls Discusses Pipeline to Coos Bay — November 13, 2014
  5. Right Back into an Active Pattern — November 9, 2014

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Mystery Witness at the Jodi Arias Trial

PHOENIX, Ariz. — Dramatic developments today in the death penalty retrial of former Medford waitress and Yreka resident Jodi Arias. The 34 year-old Arias has one final shot to convince a jury to spare her life. She was expected to take the stand today but in a surprise move, the judge cleared the courtroom as … Continue reading »

An Eventful Weekend of Weather

WEATHER DISCUSSION A very impressive low pressure system approached the coast yesterday, and with it came cooler air, rain, snow, and very strong winds. The cold front associated with it was responsible for the pattern change. Starting Friday evening, winds began picking up as the pressure gradient tightened. Wind advisories and warnings were issued for … Continue reading »

Rain Moves Back in Tomorrow

WEATHER DISCUSSION Friday brought a break in the precipitation to our area. A very well developed low pressure system is what’s responsible for the rain we’ve been getting. A cold front swung through and brought us a couple of days of cooler and wet weather. Friday morning started with a line of showers moving north. … Continue reading »

K Falls Museum Offers Solar Eclipse View

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Klamath Falls residents who want to get a close look at a partial eclipse of the sun will get their chance Thursday, Oct. 23, at the Klamath County Museum. The museum will feature an 11-inch telescope equipped with a solar filter available during the unusual event. “The eclipse will start at … Continue reading »

Showers Move in Tonight

WEATHER DISCUSSION After the long-awaited arrival of the rain, it is almost here. Showers are beginning to fall as far south as Newport along the coast (7:00 p.m.) and will slowly trickle down as the night progresses. Models have a Brookings landfall around 11:30 p.m. but timing could be +/- an hour. As Tuesday continues we … Continue reading »

One More Warm Up, Before the Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION The high pressure ridge is slowly making its way out of the region and before it leaves for good, we get one more round of roller coaster temperatures. Starting off with the overnight lows, we will drop to the 30’s east of the Cascades and in Northern California, the 40’s in the high … Continue reading »

One More Ridge Before the Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION The rain pattern is moving closer to the region, but before it arrives, we will have to deal with one more ridge of high pressure. This one is quite a bit smaller than the one we had over the last two weeks. This smaller ridge will allow for skies to become mostly clear … Continue reading »

Staying Dry and Mild Over the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Every day bring more signs that the weather pattern is changing. Cooler air, clouds increasing, winds picking up at times, etc. We still have to wait a little while before the wet pattern gets here. We start the weekend off with a weak cold front that will pass through on Saturday. This front … Continue reading »

Finally, An Upcoming Change

WEATHER DISCUSSION After what seems like an eternity of sunny skies, dry air, and above average temperatures; a change is coming. The dominant ridge of high pressure is slowly breaking down and an end is finally in sight. Now that the high pressure is moving off to the east, cooler air will have a chance … Continue reading »

Gradual Cooling Through the Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION Now that the axis of the high pressure ridge has come and gone, the temperatures in the afternoons will start to cool off. However, it will not be a quick cool down. Temperatures will take their time only dropping an average of 2-5 degrees per afternoon. Only a few clouds will move overhead over … Continue reading »

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