A Warm End to the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION June 21st – The Official First Day of Summer (Summer Solstice) A weak ridge of high pressure has moved its way onshore and is clearing us out for the next day or so. High temperatures today were already above average. Clear skies and a windy afternoon was what we got for Saturday. Sunday … Continue reading »

Transitioning to Showers

WEATHER DISCUSSION After the week of high pressure and record setting temperatures, the region is transitioning to cooler temperatures with an upper level low pressure system moving towards the coast. The system will move into Washington overnight, but we will get a cold front with it. This frontal boundary will bring isolated showers to most … Continue reading »

Clouds Moving in, Showers to Follow

WEATHER DISCUSSION This weeks weather pattern is starting to look more impressive as we chug along. Just last weekend is seemed as if we were only going to get cloud coverage but the pesky high pressure has broken down and now the jet stream can usher these storms in a little further south than expected. … Continue reading »

Cloudy Week Ahead

WEATHER DISCUSSION This week will see a few unimpressive storm systems move in starting on Monday afternoon. Unfortunately clouds will be the big story for these systems. High pressure built in over the area will continue to break down these storms as they move in keeping the majority of precipitation to the north of us. … Continue reading »

Partly Cloudy Today, Showers Tomorrow

A warm front that passed through the region this morning is bringing cloud cover and some spotty showers, mainly to the Coastline. This activity should begin to taper off through the morning and Monday will give us a brief break in the wet weather. By early Tuesday morning, a third front will move in from … Continue reading »

Transitioning to Fall

This week will definitely be a transition week into Fall with Summer-like days and Autumn-like days. After a beautiful Monday we’ll see showers move in after midnight at the coast then spread inland during the day with a chance for isolated thunderstorms. From the Cascades west the chance for thunderstorms is slight and will be … Continue reading »

Cooler Air Mass Moving In

Temperatures this afternoon and evening are pretty similar to yesterday. The air mass is pretty dry overall, but winds are going to begin shifting to the NW and cooler air is going to allow for a cooler evening in the Valley. Thunderstorms are possible through the evening mainly in Siskiyou County and on the East … Continue reading »

Heavy Rain Ahead

Two cold fronts will be bringing decent rain to the region starting Saturday night. The first front will bring increasing rain overnight Saturday through Sunday morning, expect heavy rain at times especially at the coast and the mountains. Rain will lighten up through the early afternoon, but the break is brief as the second more … Continue reading »

Cooler & Wetter Weather

The upper-low that’s been off the Oregon coast will push inland during the day increasing shower activity as it does so with the bulk of the rain arriving this evening through tomorrow morning. The coast, Umpqua and Cascades will see the most rain with lesser amounts in the valleys and east of the Cascades. The … Continue reading »

Cooler Week Ahead

Enjoy our last warm day of the week before an upper low settles over the Pacific Northwest bringing unseasonably cool temperatures again this week, comparable to last week. Wednesday will be the coolest day of the week and that will carry over to Thursday morning and we could be waking up to areas of frost … Continue reading »

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