Seth Phillips

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Name: Seth Phillips
Date registered: January 28, 2014

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  1. Pet of the Week: Babe — January 30, 2015
  2. “Blizzard of 2015″ Drops Record Snowfall — January 29, 2015
  3. A Record Setting Day for Our Region — January 25, 2015
  4. Close to Record Temperatures Sunday — January 24, 2015
  5. Small Changes to Our Inactive Pattern — January 22, 2015

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Very Cold Temperatures This Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION Another cold front is moving in Monday afternoon and this one will bring in an arctic blast of cold temperatures. Before it does, we have to deal with the rain and snow that will be kicked up before it arrives. Snow levels are already at an all-time low. 2,000′ will be the level … Continue reading »

Snow Levels Drop Low This Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front moving in early tomorrow morning is already dropping rain and snow in the region. This front will be followed by another one on Monday morning keeping rain and snow in the forecast through that time frame. These events will not be so much of a rain event as they will … Continue reading »

A Calm Before the Next Storm

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure building in from the west is allowing for a break in precipitation. Christmas Eve’s storm brought quite a bit of snow to even some of the lower elevations just in time to have a white Christmas. A moderately strong ridge will play possum over the weekend, in the fact that we … Continue reading »

Rain Showers Coming to an End

WEATHER DISCUSSION The last 24 hours have painted a completely different picture as far as the amount of rain falling. Over the course of Saturday, 24 hour rainfall totals had surpassed 7″ for areas along the coast, 8″ in the Southern Oregon Coastals, and 5″ in the Cascades. Through 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, totals were … Continue reading »

Rain and Wind Dominate the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION A strong ridge of high pressure is sitting off to our southwest and it is positioned just right to allow a large atmospheric river of moisture to pound the region with rainfall. Snow levels have risen above 8,000′ and will continue to hover that high through the end of this event. Therefore, snow … Continue reading »

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 »

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