One More Sunny & Quiet Day

WEATHER DISCUSSION Wednesday morning, temperatures will still be chilly, but not quite as cold as what we saw Tuesday morning.  Lows were in the lower teens in the Klamath Basin and middle 20’s for the Rogue Valley, and just as cold in northern California.  Although we started out about ten degrees below average, afternoon highs … Continue reading »

Small Changes For the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION The strong arctic push that brought cold temperatures to the region is slowly pushing off to the east. High pressure has been building in slowly and keeping the skies mostly clear. High pressure, plus winds shifting out of the south will allow for temperatures to start their slow climb back up. Afternoon temperatures … Continue reading »

A Sunny & Chilly New Year’s Day

WEATHER DISCUSSION With a clear night, temperatures dropped to the teens and single digits for many inland locations the morning of New Year’s Eve.  Conditions won’t be much different for New Year’s Day, but it won’t be quite as cold in the early morning hours.  That means lower 20’s instead of upper teens in the … Continue reading »

Frigid Temperatures Back Again Tonight

WEATHER DISCUSSION As the title suggests, the very cold temperatures will be back again tonight.  This time, they will be even colder than those of Monday night and Tuesday morning.  We will see single digits in the basin, with subzero wind chills not uncommon.  Afternoon highs will be still be below average, but by the end … Continue reading »

Cold Tonight, Even Colder Tuesday Night

WEATHER DISCUSSION We have been watching an arctic air mass slide in from the northeast Monday evening, and that cold air is going to make quite the impact in southern Oregon and northern California.  Temperatures will be mainly in the teens and twenties tonight, but single digits are in the forecast for parts of the … Continue reading »

Snow Levels Drop Low This Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front moving in early tomorrow morning is already dropping rain and snow in the region. This front will be followed by another one on Monday morning keeping rain and snow in the forecast through that time frame. These events will not be so much of a rain event as they will … Continue reading »

Wednesday Starts An Active Pattern

WEATHER DISCUSSION Tuesday morning was almost Groundhog Day when it came to the frigid temperatures.  We started the day only one or two degrees warmer than Monday, meaning morning lows were once again about ten degrees below average.  Temperatures will be cold again tonight, but more seasonable. These “not as cold” temperatures will be due … Continue reading »

Bitter Cold Again Tonight!

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure remains in control of our weather for one last day before breaking down. This in addition to an Arctic air mass chilling much of the country, is bringing our morning temperatures into the teens and 20’s inland. A freeze warning and frost advisory is in effect for Douglas, Coos and … Continue reading »

Cool Afternoon, Chilly By Saturday Night

WEATHER DISCUSSION While we were initially expecting scattered showers on Friday, most of the rainfall stayed to our north in Douglas County.  Some locations saw up to three inches of rain in 24 hours.  In the Cascades, Crater Lake received an additional three inches of snow, raising the snow depth on the rim to abut … Continue reading »

Freezing Temperatures Overnight

WEATHER DISCUSSION First Day of Spring With the mild winter that we’ve experienced this year, orchards are seeing early blossoms on their fruit trees. Cooler air has moved in to the area and could affect these crops. A lack of cloud coverage and a cold pool of air sitting over our area will combine to … Continue reading »

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