Schools Without AC Struggle to Stay Cool

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The hot weather is making it difficult for kids to stay cool during outdoor recess but for some southern Oregon schools they face that challenge inside the classroom. Several schools with the Grants Pass School District do not have air-conditioning systems. Highland Elementary School is one of five schools in the district that are … Continue reading »

Warmer Weather On The Way!

An upper-low offshore will push inland during the day today bringing even cooler weather to the region and periods of rain today, mainly in the morning with more sunshine this afternoon with maybe a rumble of thunder in the northern Cascades. As clouds clear tonight temperatures at the higher elevations and the east side will … Continue reading »

Sun Mixed With Sunshine

Yesterday was a record breaking day with record daily rainfall reported in North Bend of 2.23″ smashing the old record of 0.57″ set back in 1984. Klamath Falls tied a record low of 23 degrees and Montague broke a record low of 25 degrees, beating the old record of 29 degrees back in 1986. Today … Continue reading »

Rainy & Cooler

A cooler day on tap with periods of rain through the day, moderate to heavy rain at times is also a possibility. The heaviest rain will fall at the coast with lighter showers on the east side. Temperatures will will be 5 to 10 degrees BELOW normal! Compare that to the 91 degree days we … 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 »

Isolated Showers Through the Weekend

If you’re going to be outside this weekend you should know that temperatures are going to be considerably cooler! In fact, 10-15 degrees cooler! A low pressure trough will be moving into the NW through the weekend bringing in a cooler air mass, especially to the higher elevations! But the effects will be felt to … Continue reading »

Cold Nights, Warmer Afternoons

Today we have a chance for isolated light snow showers in the higher terrain including some areas of Coos and Douglas county. Other areas will remain dry, a trend that continues into the weekend as high pressure slowly moves into our region over the weekend reinstating that blocking pattern that will keep storm system’s to … Continue reading »

Fall Weather Pattern

A cold front is making its way through the region this morning and brought some heavy rain last night and early this morning to some areas. Through the morning some post frontal showers are possible and maybe an isolated shower this afternoon. Winds pick up again today with gusts 30-50 mph possible, with the strongest … Continue reading »