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 »

Chilly Nights Ahead

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A chilly start Tuesday with lows in the mid 30s along the coast, near 30 degrees in the Rogue Valley and in the teens in the mountains, the Klamath Basin and Northern California. Mostly sunny skies helped get temperatures back near average in the afternoon. Tuesday night will be chilly … Continue reading »

Bitter Cold Again Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The bitter cold continues across the region. High pressure remains in control of our weather, bringing quiet conditions to the Northwest. Tuesday high temperatures did not warm out of the 20’s both west and east of the Cascades. For this reason, I have gone cooler than the computer models are suggesting today. … Continue reading »

Cold Today, Colder Tomorrow

  WEATHER DISCUSSION **UPDATED TO ACCOUNT FOR WINTER STORM WATCH** The arctic air mass that has been mentioned for days now is bringing temperatures well below normal. The Klamath Basin is starting the day off in the single digits this morning. Highs today will be in the 20’s & 30’s across inland locations. A freeze … Continue reading »

Much Colder Today & This Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Yesterday’s front has now swept to our south, and with it, most of the rain and snow has also moved south. Scattered showers are developing to our north but much of Southern Oregon remains dry. Clouds lingering behind this area of low pressure will be with us through the day. Gradual clearing … Continue reading »

Snow Levels Drop to 4,500′

We already saw snow at Crater Lake today and the coldest airmass won’t move in until tonight as snow levels drop to 4,500 feet by Wednesday morning. We could see another 1 to 3 inches of snow above 5,500 feet by Wednesday evening and this could lead to slick Cascade passes with some snow at … Continue reading »

Spotty Rain & Snow Showers Tonight

A weak disturbance will push inland this evening and bring spotty showers to our region tonight and tomorrow. Temperatures still remain cool, and snow levels are dropping to about 1,500′ along the Coast and in the valleys after midnight. I don’t believe frost is going to be a concern into Monday morning with the cloud … Continue reading »