The Change Is Almost Here

WEATHER DISCUSSION One more day of dry, sunny, and warm weather today, before we start seeing a change in the weather pattern. Today, temperatures will once again be soaring above seasonal average. Our afternoon temperatures will top out around 15-20 degrees above what we typically see at this time of the year, and records will … Continue reading »

Near Record Warmth to End the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION While afternoon highs were about well above average on Sunday, we officially didn’t set any new records.  We did, however, tie a record in Klamath Falls.  Sunday’s official high was 69 degrees, which tied the 2005 record.  Although inland locations easily climbed 10 – 15 degrees above average, along the coast it was … Continue reading »

Record Setting Heat: Day 2

WEATHER DISCUSSION Today marks the second day that the heat from the overhead ridge has broken records. Friday afternoon, three records were surpassed. They were  as follows: Klamath Falls: 65 degrees. (Breaking 64 from 2005) Roseburg: 71 degrees. (Breaking 70 from 1979) Mount Shasta City: 70 degrees. (Breaking 69 from 1979) Today, as far as … Continue reading »

Warm Temperatures Break a Few Records

WEATHER DISCUSSION We have been right on track with our forecast the past couple of days…high pressure has been keeping our skies sunny and afternoons warm, and on Friday, we set a few new record highs.  Klamath Falls hit 65, with Roseburg and Mt. Shasta City both making it to 70 degrees.  All three locations … Continue reading »

“Spring-Like” For the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Temperatures are still on the upswing as the dominant ridge of high pressure strengthens overhead. Both afternoon and morning temperatures have been on a steady incline of about 2-7 degrees each day. This will allow for the warmest temperatures so far this year to come into play this weekend. A spring-like 70 degrees … Continue reading »

Sunshine Keep Temps Feeling Spring-Like

WEATHER DISCUSSION Even though temperatures started in the 20’s and 30’s across the region, afternoon highs rose into the upper 60’s and 70’s in many locations.  These values are about ten degrees above average, and we will be even warmer heading into the weekend.  Rain chances remain out of the forecast until our pattern starts … Continue reading »

Temperatures Continue Warming

WEATHER DISCUSSION Over the last few days, a steady warming trend has been taking place in the afternoon. If you recall, last weekend we had cloud coverage. This shielded most of the incoming solar radiation, keeping us near average for afternoon highs. We were also under weak high pressure, and stronger low pressure. Lower pressure … Continue reading »

We’ll Be Keeping the Sunny Skies

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure is continuing to build into the region, and the ridge is only going to strengthen as we head toward the weekend.  That means more sunshine in the afternoons, but cold, clear nights and frosty mornings.  Overnight lows in the basin will be in the teens and 20’s, with lows in the … Continue reading »

Sunny Skies and Warming Temperatures

WEATHER DISCUSSION As higher pressure sets in, temperatures are on the rise. High pressure is associated with warmer temperatures, and the clearing from the clouds allows for more solar radiation. Therefore, expect temperatures to climb each afternoon until we get to the weekend. We will see the 70’s for the first time in the Rogue … Continue reading »

Temperatures on an Upward Climb

WEATHER DISCUSSION Aside from a few high clouds Tuesday, we saw abundant sunshine.  Temperatures began on a chilly note, with mid-teens in the Klamath Basin and 20’s and 30’s elsewhere.  We will be equally chilly Wednesday morning, but the afternoon hours will hold slightly warmer temperatures.  Along the coast, a FROST ADVISORY will go into … Continue reading »

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