Brutally Cold Air this Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front is just about through our region with breezy conditions only left on the east side this evening and those will taper off overnight as the front finishes passing through. Showers have also greatly decreased and the heaviest rain and snow is over with only a few light isolated showers tonight … Continue reading »

A Quiet Next Few Days

WEATHER DISCUSSION We will have quiet weather in place through Saturday with a mix of sun and clouds and slightly warmer morning lows then the last few weeks. As we head into Sunday and early next week a very cold arctic airmass is going to settle over the Pacific Northwest which is going to not … Continue reading »

Beautiful Weather for Thanksgiving

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The quiet weather will remain in place through the next several days. Because the same air mass has been in place for so long, and strong inversions are forming in the overnight hours, our air is not mixing very well. For this reason, our air qualities are being impacted and the National … Continue reading »

Quiet Thanksgiving, Concerns for Sunday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Quiet weather remains in place across the Northwest this morning. This will be the case through the next several days. Skies today will see a good amount of cloud cover from a passing area of low pressure to our south, but dry weather is anticipated. For Thanksgiving cloud cover will be on … Continue reading »

Warm Today, Cool Next Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The jetstream is still well to our north as a high pressure ridge continues to sit over the West. This system will break down in the coming days as a cut off low moves eastward to the coastline of California. Although this area of low pressure is rather large, it will have … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow Showers This Evening

Rain and snow showers will continue this evening across the region. Snow levels are around 2,000 feet and snow has been reported in O’Brien. Snow also has been reported on Andrews Road in SW Medford, at an elevation of about 2,800′. It’s possible snow levels drop this evening to 1,500′ during a heavier shower. Expect … Continue reading »