Records Drop with the Ball Tonight!

WEATHER DISCUSSION Most of the area will remember 2013 as the driest calendar year on record including Medford, Klamath Falls, Mt. Shasta City, North Bend, Crescent City and Roseburg with Yreka seeing the 2nd driest year. December will also be the coldest year on record for Medford. High pressure will strengthen on New Year’s Day … Continue reading »

Dry to End 2013

WEATHER DISCUSSION Little change in the weather is expected through the end of the year with Tuesday very similar to Monday with high clouds across the region and valley fog, freezing fog and low clouds lingering with some clearing by the afternoon. Wednesday we’ll see a bit more sunshine for areas outside the valleys as … Continue reading »

Showers to Start 2014

WEATHER DISCUSSION We will end the year on a dry note with several cities breaking record dry years including Medford and Klamath Falls. High pressure will continue to dominate our weather through 2013 with only weak disturbances bringing increase clouds all areas with west side valley fog persisting. The ridge will flatten a bit Tuesday … Continue reading »

Dry with Valley Fog to End 2013

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues to be the dominant weather pattern and while weak disturbances may bring increased clouds at times, we will be dry through the end of the year. A front brought clouds to all areas today and helped improve fog conditions and this trend will continue Saturday with some clearing, however, most … Continue reading »

Little Change in the Weather

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues to be the dominant weather pattern over the region leading to mild, sunny and dry conditions surrounding the fog and cool, cloudy conditions below the fog. This pattern will persist into next week with only a few dry disturbances bringing a few more clouds to areas that have seen sunny … Continue reading »

Mild Christmas Day with Valley Fog

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure is the weather pattern through the week which means mild, sunny and quiet weather for most of the region, with valley fog and low clouds. The inversion will continue to strengthen the next two days which means less sunshine, cooler temperatures and deteriorating air quality for west side valleys. The densest … Continue reading »

Valley Fog, Mild & Sunny Above

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak cold front is bringing a few light showers along and west of the Cascades with reports of only a few hundredths to a tenth of an inch, mainly at the higher elevations. This system will continue to bring isolated light showers this evening ending near midnight across the area. Once the … Continue reading »

Showers Monday then Fog Settles In

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak disturbance will slide down the ridge off-shore bringing a chance for showers Monday afternoon and evening. Showers will be light for the most part and scattered along and west of the Cascades with only a slight chance for showers in the Rogue and Illinois Valleys. Showers will quickly move out of … Continue reading »

Increasing Rain Friday Night

WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front will bring increasing rain across the region tonight with moderate rain at times at the coast and Cascades and lighter more scattered showers in west side valleys. Isolated showers with pockets of freezing drizzle are possible on the east side and while showers will be light, roads may become slick … Continue reading »

Rain Returns Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front will bring increasing clouds tonight and rain to the area tomorrow, mainly in the afternoon. A warmer airmass will settle in which means higher snow levels, climbing quickly through the day up to 6,000 feet by the afternoon. Shower activity will be heaviest at the coast and Cascades with scattered … Continue reading »

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