Cooler Mornings, Still Lots of Sunshine

    WEATHER DISCUSSION A “rex block” is in place over the West. This is a blocking pattern with the jet stream ..that prevents storms from approaching the area and also keeps the weather quiet.  A cooler air mass dropping in over the rest of the country will help to keep our morning temperatures quite … Continue reading »

Showers Back in the Forecast This Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION Lower pressure has moved in from the northeast allowing for afternoon temperatures to get closer to average. Overnight lows have been dropping significantly as well. Areas east of the Cascade Range made it into the teens for lows and the winds overnight kept the windchill in the single digits. Now that high pressure … Continue reading »

Low Pressure Results in Cooler Air

WEATHER DISCUSSION Amid the strong high pressure ridge overhead, a small area of low pressure is swinging south on the eastern half of our forecast region. This is allowing for some changes in the pattern. The high desert to the east of Lake County received a few showers through the last six hours. Daytime heating … Continue reading »

Small Changes Heading Our Way

WEATHER DISCUSSION Although the weather will still be nice over all, we will start to see a few changes taking shape with our weather patten this weekend.  Most locations will see only a few clouds moving through, but a storm system skirting by towards the northeast will bring a sprinkle or two to the Klamath … Continue reading »

A Nice Finish to the Week

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Another chilly morning is underway with mostly clear skies over most of the area. The exception will be Josephine County and Coos where low lying clouds and fog is likely. This afternoon will bring another round of mild temperatures. Highs are expected to be two to eight degrees cooler today but … Continue reading »

Temperatures Drop to Near Average

WEATHER DISCUSSION For the large part of a week, temperatures across the region have been well above average during the afternoon hours.  As a storm system swings by to our northeast, expect a slight cool down, bringing temperatures closer to our seasonal averages. That storm system will allow cooler air to filter in, but won’t … Continue reading »

Morning Clouds & Fog, PM Sun

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Morning clouds and fog have developed in Jackson & Josephine Counties today. This will gradually burn off throughout the morning hours, leading to another mostly sunny and mild afternoon. Low lying clouds and fog can also be found along the coast, although not everywhere. Portions of Curry County will start off with … Continue reading »

Quiet & Mild Again on Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Wednesday began with low clouds and areas of fog along the coast, extending inland into parts of Douglas and Josephine Counties.  This marine push helped hold down temperatures until the fog lifted by the afternoon, so for some, temperatures were slightly cooler than yesterday.  Where sunshine was abundant, like the Klamath Basin, highs … Continue reading »

Well Into the 60’s Again

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Skies are starting off clear from Jackson County south and east. This allowed temperatures to start off chilly, however they’ll be rebounding quickly over the course of the day. Josephine & Douglas Counties along with the entire coast, will start off with low lying clouds and patchy fog. Temperatures in these areas … Continue reading »

The Mild Days Keep Coming

WEATHER DISCUSSION Tuesday brought another round of well above average temperatures, with highs reaching the 60’s and 70’s in some locations.  I’ve jokingly heard this warm streak dubbed “Fake Out February,” which aptly describes this bout of spring-like weather that is nothing like what we typically see in mid-February.  If you didn’t know better, you might … Continue reading »

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