Inactive Weather Pattern On the Way

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak cold front passed overhead last night and allowed for a little cooler air to make its way into our region. With the front, came light showers, and some areas received measurable rain. Notable rainfall totals are 0.30″ at Fish Lake and a quarter of an inch in Ashland. This was the … Continue reading »

Cooler Tuesday, Cold By Tuesday Night

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak cold front is pushing through Monday evening, and that means a good bit of cloud cover and a few spotty showers Monday night.  By Tuesday afternoon, temperatures will be a couple of degrees cooler than Monday, but temperatures take a nose dive Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. In portions of northern California … Continue reading »

One More Round of Light Showers

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak cold front will be swinging onshore throughout the overnight hours tonight. What it will bring with it is another day of cool temperatures and a chance for showers. There showers will be nothing like the downpour a few days ago, but at least a tenth of an inch could fall at … Continue reading »

A Few Showers Possible By Monday Evening

WEATHER DISCUSSION Another cold front is approaching the West Coast, but this one is much weaker and does not have nearly the moisture as the system last week.  That being said, a few showers are still possible as it approaches the area Monday evening, but don’t expect much measurable rainfall or a drastic drop in daytime … Continue reading »

Drying Up (Mostly) for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION After the active pattern that sat over the region throughout the last few days, high pressure is moving in. The digging trough that has been moving onshore will eventually pinch itself off and become a little more zonal (west to east). What this will do is create a low pressure system that will … Continue reading »

Feeling Like Fall Through the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Friday morning began with chilly temperatures, patchy fog, and a good bit of cloud cover throughout the area.  Lakeview dropped to freezing early Friday morning, and there were widespread temperatures in the 30′s across the Klamath Basin.  Cool temperatures are in the forecast again tonight, and for the Basin, patchy frost is possible. … Continue reading »

Another Chance for Thunderstorms

WEATHER DISCUSSION As seen yesterday, a few disturbances are rounding the area of low pressure in our region. This, mixed with the daytime heating in the afternoon plus instability in the region, kicks off thunderstorm activity. Now, because temperatures are cooler, and the fact that we usually have less instability this time of year; these … Continue reading »

Rain Chances Take A Dive On Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Thursday afternoon brought scattered showers and even a few lightning strikes and rumbles of thunder to the area.  Friday will also feature showers and storms, but the rain and storm chances drop substantially.  Northern California and along and east of the Cascades stand the best shot at some more rain, and very isolated … Continue reading »

Rain Starting to Fizzle Out

WEATHER DISCUSSION We have finally seen the heaviest of rain that will fall with this system. The last 48 hours proved to bring more rain than expected to our region, allowing for a little relief from the extremely dry conditions we’ve seen for a while. Early estimates with this storm were showing less than an … Continue reading »

Rain Continues Wed. Night, Showers Thur.

WEATHER DISCUSSION A very slow-moving cold front trudged its way inland Wednesday leaving a swath of substantial rainfall in its wake.  As expected the highest rain totals have been along the coast, with amounts between four and five inches reported near Brookings!  The rain will slowly make its way eastward through the overnight hours, and … Continue reading »

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