Heat Wave Ends Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION The warming trend for inland areas will end tomorrow with the warmest day of the week and the year so far! Today North Bend saw one of the warmest spring days ever climbing into the 90s! Brookings, North Bend, Medford, Grants Pass, Ashland, and Roseburg all broke record highs today and Montague tied … Continue reading »

Record Highs Fall this Week!

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure will continue to usher in hot weather this week with continued warming into Thursday. Many cities will break records before the week is out with the best chance to break records on Thursday as highs will be the warmest while the records are the lowest of the next few days. Brookings … Continue reading »

Challenging Record Highs this Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION Record highs will be challenged this week due to a mid-Spring heat wave! A warming trend will continue into Thursday with temperatures climbing into the 90s for west side valleys and upper-70s for the coast and east side. Several locations will break records before the week is out due to high pressure building … Continue reading »

A Very Warm Week Approaches

WEATHER DISCUSSION Sunday brought in light and isolated showers to the region. Moisture coming off the Pacific was in the form of puffy cumulus clouds. Orographic (mountain) uplift and weak instability caused most of the showers to occur in the foothills of the Cascades and in the high country. Snow levels started at 4,000′ and … Continue reading »

Showers for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION The active weather pattern that we’ve experienced will be coming to an end this week. However, before it does, we will see more rain and snow. An upper level low is dropping a cold front into our area and it will move onshore into the evening hours tonight. Ahead of this front, a … Continue reading »

Break Saturday then More Wintry Travel

WEATHER DISCUSSION Another day of a mix of weather including rain, snow and hail with a threat for isolated thunderstorms until the sunsets, mainly at the coast, Siskiyou county and east side. Peak thunderstorm activity will be further to the south or our area, but we could see a few lightning strikes. Things quite down … Continue reading »

Thunderstorms into Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Isolated thunderstorms have been popping up this afternoon and will continue into this evening ending shortly after sunset. The threat for thunderstorms will be more widespread Friday though coverage will be isolated. Thunderstorms may produce heavy rain, gusty winds and small hail. Overnight into Friday morning snow levels will be between 3,500 and … Continue reading »

Snow Levels Drop Late Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front is bringing increasing rain and wind to the region this evening with the heaviest rain falling overnight into tomorrow morning ahead of a cold front. While in the warm sector tonight and Thursday morning snow levels will climb to 6,000 to 7,000 feet, so this will mainly be a rain … Continue reading »

Rain and Snow to Continue

WEATHER DISCUSSION Earth Day A slight “break” in precipitation today has created the gap between two sets of storms that has and will be moving in to the region. Last night came the first round with a very strong cold front moving onto the coast. Cooler air was rushed in and allowed for our high … Continue reading »

Rain, Wind, and Snow In the Forecast

WEATHER DISCUSSION There is a lot going on this week as far as weather is concerned. Rain, wind, and snow are in the forecast. This active weather pattern will last through the week and could even stretch into the weekend. First, we’ll start with the wind. A WIND ADVISORY is in effect for the Shasta … Continue reading »

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