Not as Cold Tonight, Warmer Tomorrow

Offshore flow, also known as the Chetco Effect, warmed Brookings this afternoon to a warm 83 degrees! A stronger pressure gradient also brought gusty winds to the ridges and Coastline. High pressure it still sitting over the region, bringing sunny skies and very dry conditions. Afternoon highs are still remaining very well above average for … Continue reading »

Frost Tonight Then Back to Warm Weather

Today will be coolest day we’ve seen in the last week and tonight a strong inversion will develop leading to the coldest night we’ve seen in over a week for the west side valleys. The cold night on tap has lead the NWS to issue a Freeze Watch for early tomorrow morning for all of … Continue reading »

Cooler & Breezy Into Monday

Temperatures have cooled down almost 10 degrees since Saturday. Afternoon highs were in the 70′s in the valleys compared to the mid 80′s we have been seeing the past two days. By Monday we’ll still remain above average, but drop even more so. Afternoon highs will warm to the mid 60′s and low 70′s. The … Continue reading »

Another Sunny & Warm Day

A weak disturbance passing through the east side today will hold the high pressure offshore which means the Chetco Effect will still be in full-swing today warming Brookings back into the 80s today! For areas on the west side expect to see temperatures right around where we were yesterday just maybe a few degrees warmer. … Continue reading »

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