Spotty Showers Over the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION The much needed active weather pattern is long underway and we will continue to see rain and snow with it. This weekend will be a relative break, however, with only isolated showers activity. Spotty clusters of showers are all that’s left of the cold front that pushed through our area on Friday. These … Continue reading »

Isolated Thunderstorms Saturday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front will bring rain, snow and wind to the area through tonight that will be heavy at times. Snow levels will drop to 4,000 feet late tonight and travel will be impacted above this especially along highways 66, 140, 62 and 138 above 4,000 feet. A Winter Weather Advisory is … Continue reading »

Rain, Wind & Snow for Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A very potent storm system will be pushing into the Northwest today. Precipitation will begin falling in the form of showers across the region and will turn to more consistent rain from west to east, falling moderate to heavy at times. Snow levels will be rising to 6,000′ due to the southerly … Continue reading »

Tropical Moisture Arrives Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION The last week we’ve seen several cold front bring rain, wind and snow to the region but these systems have come from a cooler and drier air mass than the one that’s arriving overnight into Friday. This next storm system is taping into sub-tropical moisture which will provide higher rain totals, gusty winds … Continue reading »

Moderate to Heavy Rain on the Way

WEATHER DISCUSSION The moist onshore flow will bring more showers into the region again today. Most of the activity is going to be over Curry, Del Norte & Josephine Counties. Also Western Siskiyou County will likely see more showers than those further inland. Elsewhere, isolated showers will fall. Snow levels are low today — around … Continue reading »

Heaviest Rain Yet to Come

WEATHER DISCUSSION Showers will persist tonight with a chance for isolated thunderstorms; after midnight shower activity will become more light and isolated and the thunderstorm threat will diminish. Thursday will bring mainly isolated shower activity for inland areas with scattered showers at the coast and Cascades. Snow levels will drop to 3,500 feet by Thursday … Continue reading »

Showers Continue for Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another round of rain showers will continue today across all locations. Snow levels will stay around 4,000′ which will lead to travel impacts above this for accumulating snow. Between 2″-5″ of snow is likely above 4,500′ today …but the accumulation closer to 4,500′ will be into this evening. High temperatures will remain … Continue reading »

Another Round of Rain Wednesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Another cold front will bring another round of rain Wednesday morning with the heaviest rain falling along the coast and coastal mountains, the Mt Shasta area and Cascades. Snow levels will start around 4,000 feet Wednesday then drop to 3,500′ Wednesday night and potentially down to 3,000′ at times and this could cause … Continue reading »

Snow as Low as Siskiyou Summit

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The first of many storms systems this week will move into the Northwest today. This will bring in rain, wind and much cooler air. Snow levels will initially start off high today, around 6,000.’ By tonight and Wednesday morning they’ll hover around 4,000′ but could be as low as 3,500′ during times … Continue reading »

Transition to Stormy Weather

WEATHER DISCUSSION The warm, sunny and dry weather ends tomorrow as we transition to stormy weather through the weekend. A series of cold fronts will bring periods of moderate to heavy rain to the coast and coastal mountains, rain at times inland, mountain snow and gusty winds. There is also a threat for isolated thunderstorms … Continue reading »

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