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 »

Dangerous Storm Affecting Mountains

With an approaching weather system, many weather advisories are in place across our region. A very strong area of low pressure is pushing inland and will bring moderate to heavy snowfall to the higher elevations and high winds through Monday morning. Up to 2 feet of snow can be expected in the mountains, especially the … Continue reading »

Snow for the Valleys!

Early this morning reports of snow down to 1,300 feet in Eagle Point! Also reporting snow this morning was areas of Wonder, the Applegate Valley and Sam’s Valley. More snow showers on the way today for elevations above 1,500 feet  through the early afternoon with gradual drying as a weak cold front moves through our … Continue reading »

A Break From the Rain & Snow

After the last storm system we saw an added 4 inches of snow on Mt. Ashland and 2 inches of new snow on Mt. Shasta. For snow enthusiasts we have good news on the way as more snow in on the way this weekend and through next week. However, for those traveling to the high … Continue reading »

More Fog, Rain & Snow!

The story for the rest of the week and into next week is the definition of micro-climates in that we’ll see a mixed bag of weather across our region with rain, snow and fog. Today we’ll see showers, rain at the lower elevations and snow above 2,500 feet, that will be dying off through the … Continue reading »

Rain To Start Then Snow

A cold front is knocking on our doorstep today and will start to bring showers to the coast this morning turning to rain and windy conditions this afternoon and move inland. The windiest locations today will be along the ridges and the east side of the Cascades, as of now the forecasted winds are not … Continue reading »

More Snow On The Way

High pressure will be present over our area through tomorrow morning which means cold overnight lows and the potential for fog formation in the overnight and morning hours. By the afternoon today we’ll see a mix of sun and clouds, but tomorrow afternoon we’ll see rain move back into the area. A cold front will … Continue reading »

Feeling More Like December

The rest of the week in the way of sunny breaks and temperatures is really all dependent on fog.  We have areas of fog in the basin this morning and most areas in the valleys are dealing with clouds rather than fog. As long as those clouds stick around that really hinders our ability for … Continue reading »

Drier & Cooler Pattern

Today we’ll see the tail end of the last strong storm system that hit our region yesterday with scattered showers and gradual drying through the day. By the afternoon we’ll see a mix of sun and clouds with mild temperatures. But kiss the mild weather good-bye as a cold front will pass through our area … Continue reading »

Another Strong Storm

Over the last couple weeks we have seen several strong storms impact our area, and once again we’ll be dealing with it today with heavy rain and strong winds. The pineapple connection is bringing us tropical moisture again which is going to bring heavy rain at times and high winds to our area. For a … Continue reading »

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