Fog & Unseasonably Cool

A cold front will be move through the region today and as it goes it will be weakening so although there is a chance for showers, it is a slight chance. The best chance for showers will be at the coast, Coast Range and Cascades, and further east. Any showers that do fall will be … Continue reading »

A Dry Weekend On Tap

A cold front will bring light rain to the area today starting at the coast then moving east through the day, and as it goes it will be weakening so most precipitation will occur along and west of the Cascades with more isolated snow showers on the east side. The system appears to be moving … Continue reading »

Showers, Fog, Sun…Repeat

The tail end of the last system is moving through our region this morning bringing scattered rain showers and snow showers to areas, mainly on the west side of the Cascades.  These showers will exit our region by mid-morning and we’ll see a drying trend this afternoon as high pressure moves into the area.  High … Continue reading »

Travel Troubles Again

A low pressure system is moving inland this morning bringing the first round of rain and snow to the area with snow levels hovering around 2,000 feet. Another front will impact the region this afternoon but snow levels won’t be changing much, the best chance to see snow at the lower elevations will be if … Continue reading »

A Windy Night For Santa!

A break from the storms on our Christmas Eve, but we will see that fog return that may be dense at times. Although we’re dry, driving conditions may still be hazardous at times due to icy roads and with fog reducing visibility. Drive carefully as you head to any holiday gatherings/events and check road conditions … Continue reading »

Hazardous Travel Through The Weekend

The cold front passed through our area bringing heavy rain, snow and strong winds and now we’re dealing with the next disturbance the massive low pressure system will be bringing our region. This disturbance will make it’s way through our region by early afternoon so for many in southern Oregon we’ll see a break from … Continue reading »

Strong Winter Weather Hits

A cold front will be making its way through our region today, dropping temperatures and snow levels as it goes. Thanks to down-sloping winds overnight the Rogue Valley stayed warm and dry which kept the chance for snow out of the morning commute. As for tonight though, snow levels will drop to around 1,100 feet … Continue reading »

Potential For Hazardous Travel

A warm front will move through the area today meaning snow levels will climb quickly during the day so any precipitation that falls for the low elevations will be in the form of rain. A cold front moves in later tonight dropping snow levels again meaning the valley floors have the chance to see more … Continue reading »

More Snow in Valleys

Through the morning we’re having a wave of energy move inland that is bringing more snow to the valley floor.  We could see a trace to 2 inches below 1,500 feet and 1-3 inches above that level. Snow levels will be low all day so not expecting to see the snow switch to rain for … Continue reading »

Hazardous Winter Weather

It’s four days until Winter officially starts and we’ve already seen valley snow. A warm front brought us warmer temperatures overnight and higher snow levels above 5,000′ for much of the night but that was short lived as a cold front is making its way across the region.  It has already passed through many areas … Continue reading »

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