Spotty Showers Today, 70′s Next Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another weak storm system will move into the region today. This will bring mostly cloudy skies and spotty showers later in the day. These showers will be light and will not drop much in measurable rain, if any at all. Snow levels will stay around 4,500′ for the afternoon confining snow to … Continue reading »

Ask the Meteorologist – Tornadoes

ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “Why does Oregon not get tornadoes?” Aleah Tobey Grants Pass New Hope Christian School As far back as reporting goes there has never been a tornado in Josephine or Jackson County, but there have been tornados in Oregon. In fact there have been 403 tornadoes in the Northwest and 102 have occurred … Continue reading »

Showers Return Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Clouds will be increasing tonight into tomorrow ahead of a cold front that will bring showers to the coast tomorrow spreading inland during the afternoon on Thursday. Showers will mainly impact the coast and the Cascades with isolated light shower activity for inland areas. Spotty showers will be possible into the weekend though … Continue reading »

Quiet Today & Warmer

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A winter weather advisory will remain in effect for Eastern Klamath & for Lake County through 9am this morning. 2″-4″ is possible throughout the morning. Aside from this, it will be a quiet day across the region with gradually clearing skies. Fog is likely in Northern Josephine County & Southern Douglas. Thursday … Continue reading »

Winter Weather Advisory Tonight

WEATHER DISCUSSION Showers will persist into this evening with snow falling on the east side and a chance for isolated thunderstorms at the coast and over the Siskiyous. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued until 9 Wednesday morning for east Klamath and Lake counties for a trace up to 4 inches of snow tonight. … Continue reading »

Spotty Showers & T-Storms Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The area of low pressure that brought rain and snow to the region yesterday and overnight will travel south and east today. Even so, showers will still develop later today ..mainly a result of instability. For this reason, thunderstorms are also in the forecast for the Coastline. Most of these showers inland … Continue reading »

Spotty Showers this Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION A low pressure offshore will usher rain and snow tonight with the heaviest snow falling in Siskiyou county that will likely impact travel into the morning hours. The low dives south into southern California the next few days with a few light isolated showers possible on Tuesday with the wrap around moisture moving … Continue reading »

Late Season Storm Brings Rain & Snow

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A late season storm system will bring rain, snow & wind to the region later today. A cold front will bring cold air into Northern California, keeping snow levels around 3,000′ by late afternoon and allowing for snow to fall over much of Siskiyou County into this evening. Periods of rain are … Continue reading »

Vineyards Benefit From Recent Rains

MEDFORD, Ore. – The sound of soft earth underfoot is like music to Dick Ellis’ ears. Just a couple weeks ago there wasn’t a drop of water to be seen. “We were sweating it,” said Ellis, a vintner and co-owner of Pebblestone Cellars. “We were worried not only from the standpoint of having water in … Continue reading »

Rain, Wind, and Snow to Start the Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION Short Term: This week will start off with another pesky storm system that will move through and bring rain, wind, and snow to our forecast area. The good news is that this active weather pattern is bringing much needed rain and snow to the dry areas; but with this change in weather conditions … Continue reading »

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