Rain, Snow, and More On The Way

The rain we saw yesterday was enough to improve air quality across the area with the only city as of this morning not in the ‘Good’ level is Klamath Falls which only improved one level and is now in the ‘Moderate.’ A cold front approaching the coast today will bring increasing winds to the region … Continue reading »

More Change Coming

Today a weak cold front will bring light rain to the region and light snow above 3,000 feet, with gusty winds in the mountains and fairly breezy at the coast and basin today. Winds will calm briefly tonight as the system passes but will pick up again tomorrow as a stronger storm system approaches that … Continue reading »

Changing Pattern

High pressure will persist for one more day which means so does the inversion, air quality problems and fog. Tomorrow a front will bring light rain to the area with most of the precipitation falling at the coast and on the west side of the Cascades. This front will be our first chance to break … Continue reading »

Increasing Chance For Sunshine!

Expect low clouds and fog through the day for many areas in the valleys with our best chance of the week to see some sunshine in the afternoon comes in tomorrow, Groundhog’s Day. A dry spell continue through the weekend as does air quality concerns as high pressure remains in control of the area. This … Continue reading »

A Mix of Fog & Sun

High pressure will be strengthening today and should be strong enough to keep a cold front that’s currently offshore north of our area. The result of this front will be passing clouds through the day with some areas seeing clearing in the afternoon, especially at the coast, mountains and northern California. Some areas of fog … Continue reading »

Air Quality Begins To Deteriorate

High pressure will be building in during the day today which will create a valley inversion causing air quality to deteriorate and increasing likelihood of fog. We’ll see patchy fog this morning with more areas seeing fog tomorrow and more fog each night and morning through at least Saturday before the high pressure exits the … Continue reading »

Hazardous Winter Travel

A high pressure offshore is wrapping around tropical moisture and funneling it into the Pacific Northwest today. Although this is tropical moisture because it is being wrapped around the ridge it is moving into the cold Gulf of Alaska before reaching our area so snow levels will start the day around 2,000 feet then climb … Continue reading »

A Wet Weekend On Tap

A trough sitting off shore will usher in several waves of energy over the next several days with the main system of the front moving through today bringing the heaviest rain and winds. A chance for isolated areas mainly in the Klamath Basin to see freezing rain through the morning, any freezing rain will be … Continue reading »

Cleaner Air & Dry Before The Next Storms

Air quality has improved greatly across the area with all areas back in the good at this time except Grants Pass and Cave Junction which remain in the “Moderate.” A small ridge of high pressure will bring valley fog back to the area this morning but it should not linger as long during the day … Continue reading »

Mixing Up the Weather!

Today we’ll see increasing clouds through the day ahead of the next cold front that will move through the area tomorrow, with rain as early as tonight for the coast. We’ll see strong winds ahead of this front as well for the typically windy places like the coast, ridges, Summer Lake, Shasta Valley and especially … Continue reading »

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