Isolated Showers then More Sun

WEATHER DISCUSSION A second cold front will move through the area tonight which will bring isolated snow showers to the area with snow levels down to 1,500 to 2,000 feet. Showers will be light which means accumulations will be little to none for west side valleys and travel impacts will be minimal. However, with moisture … Continue reading »

Cool & Foggy Valleys, Pleasant Mountains

WEATHER DISCUSSION Inland valleys struggled to clear out of the fog today and not expecting much change tomorrow, with cool and foggy valleys with sunny and pleasant conditions above the valleys through early this week. Expecting little change in the weather Monday and Tuesday so if you got socked in the fog the last two … Continue reading »

Foggy & Cool

WEATHER DISCUSSION West side valley locations and the coast will continue to see the fog overnight tonight into tomorrow morning with gradual clearing for some areas but many locations will be socked in through the next several days. Many inland valley locations will see dense fog at times and freezing fog with cause low visibility … Continue reading »

Warmer & Dry through the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm and sunny afternoon Friday helped melt snowy and icy roads and sidewalks but overnight tonight temperatures will dip below freezing and without the liquid water evaporating we’ll see slick conditions again by tomorrow morning. This trend will continue the next few days until all the liquid finally evaporates, though road conditions … Continue reading »

Freezing Rain Potential Tonight

WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front is beginning to bring showers to the area and even a few snow flurries to the Grants Pass area. As the front continues to push through the region the chance for rain moves inland, and that includes the threat for localized areas of freezing rain this evening and overnight, mainly … Continue reading »

Wintry Mix Thurs. w/ Iso. Freezing Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION Overnight tonight temperatures will drop well below freezing for all inland areas with increasing clouds and areas of morning freezing fog in west side valleys. Fog may be dense and reduce visibility at times creating even more dangerous driving conditions than the already slick roads. Icy roads will be present the next few … Continue reading »

Another Bitter Cold Night

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure will build in this week which will keep quite and cool weather with us through Thursday and thus air quality for valley locations will deteriorate as an inversion sets up. You can get the most up to date air quality levels on the weather homepage under the weather links. We have … Continue reading »

Snow has Ended & Now Comes the Cold!

WEATHER DISCUSSION Now that the snow has finished falling, we talk about the bitter cold temperatures that will move in with clearing clouds tonight. Helping aid the cooling of the cold airmass will be the snow on the ground, snow cover will help in rapid radiational cooling after dark, as the sky clears out at … Continue reading »

Snow is Ending, then Bitter Cold

WEATHER DISCUSSION The low pressure is shifting south into California tonight with showers lightening up for southern Oregon and the peak of snowfall will end over the next hour for Siskiyou county. Snow showers overnight will be light and isolated with little accumulation through the evening. Siskiyou county, the Cascades and east with see a … Continue reading »

Snow Friday with Travel Impacts

WEATHER DISCUSSION A low pressure located near the Canada Washington border will shift south overnight bringing snow tomorrow to all areas. The coast could see snow as early at 1AM though most areas will hold off a few more hours with accumulation beginning between 7 to 9AM. Valleys will start to see snow between 8AM … Continue reading »

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