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 »

Cool Then Sun Then Thunderstorms

This evening there is some weak instability in the Cascades and further east meaning we could hear a little thunder, but once the sun sets the threat for thunderstorms goes with it. Tomorrow will be more of the same with a slight chance for thunder late in the afternoon and evening along and east of … Continue reading »

Continued Cooling Through Thursday

An upper-low will continue to build in the Pacific Northwest and this will keep temperatures about 5-10 degrees below normal through Thursday. This low will return the marine layer to areas of the coast and also provide more cloud cover through Thursday, breezy winds and a slight chance for isolated light showers to the northwest … Continue reading »

Cooler With Thunderstorm Potential

This evening a cut-off low that has been sitting off the southern California coast will be moving north into our region and with it an increased chance for thunderstorms for northern California and east of the Cascades. We’ve already seen one thunderstorm make it into Lake county but it collapsed before it really impacted Lakeview. … Continue reading »

The Cool Down Begins

A cut-off low off the southern California coast will be moving north tonight and tomorrow bringing a chance for isolated thunderstorms this evening and tomorrow afternoon for northern California and areas east of the Cascades. The favored spots are Modoc and Lake counties, but can’t rule out a pop-up storm in Klamath and Siskiyou counties. … Continue reading »

Drastic Change In The Weather

A cold front off shore this morning will pass through the region this afternoon bringing gusty winds, rain and a drastic drop in temperatures. The limiting factor with this storm will be moisture and thus most of the precipitation will be along and west of the Cascades in southern Oregon, in particular at the coast … Continue reading »

Summer-Like Today, Winter-Like To Follow

A ridge and thermal trough will bring summer-like temperatures this afternoon, abundant sunshine, and even the Chetco Effect at the coast warming Brookings up more than the rest of the coast. This warm-up is short lived however as a upper low will become cut-off from the jetstream and take hold of the Pacific Northwest weather … Continue reading »

Feeling More Like Spring

Yesterday was unseasonably cool across the region and today will only be a few degrees warmer but we will see more sunshine. Chance for isolated showers this morning, mainly just sprinkles, before drying out later this afternoon with gradual clearing. Tomorrow a cold front will bring showers mainly along and west of the Cascades, but … Continue reading »

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