Shaping up Beautifully for your Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues to sit over the West. The weather is staying quiet and temperatures warm as a result. A cold front passing through the Northwest tonight into Saturday morning is going to bring in some clouds starting tonight. Increasing high clouds will begin around 4 or 5 today, up until then … Continue reading »

Warmest Temperatures This Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION As the axis of high pressure moves over the region, the warmest of the afternoon highs comes with it. Expect to be 10-15 degrees above average temperatures through the weekend. After Sunday, the ridge will slowly start breaking down, and that will allow for a gradual cool down over the course of the … Continue reading »

Feeling Like Fall Through the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Friday morning began with chilly temperatures, patchy fog, and a good bit of cloud cover throughout the area.  Lakeview dropped to freezing early Friday morning, and there were widespread temperatures in the 30′s across the Klamath Basin.  Cool temperatures are in the forecast again tonight, and for the Basin, patchy frost is possible. … Continue reading »

Fall-Like Weather Just on the Horizon

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A big change in the stubborn and dry weather pattern we’ve been locked into all summer will arrive this week. Skies will stay partly sunny today and high temperatures about 5-7 degrees cooler than the weekend. Isolated thunderstorms will fire up in Central Oregon this afternoon and we’ll be watching out for … Continue reading »

Cooling Off for the Start of Fall

WEATHER DISCUSSION Summer has been hanging on by a nail. Every time we get a cold front that brings a relief, another dominant ridge of high pressure brings in temperatures well above average. The good news, is that on the first day of fall, we will be seeing “fall-like” temperatures. A series of strong cold … Continue reading »

Summer Hangs On Tightly This Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION With high pressure in control for the next couple of days, highs Saturday are going to be well above average.  For some locations, afternoon temperatures will reach near record values.  In Medford, the record high for September 20th is 98 degrees, and the forecast high is only one degree shy of that. That’s … Continue reading »

Summer by Day, Fall by Night

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Winds remain out of the ENE this morning keeping the smoke out of Central Siskiyou County and just south of Del Norte County. Because winds are northeasterly moreso than easterly, the bulk of the smoke will remain south of the Southern Oregon Coast. A fire weather watch is in effect for the … Continue reading »

In The Garden: Deadheading Plants

Medford, Ore. — Weeding is one way to clean up your garden and keep it looking clean, but another chore that needs to be done this time of year is deadheading. Deadheading involves removing spent blooms to promote new blossom growth on most perennials. OSU Extension Master Gardener Laurin Parker said the reasons for deadheading … Continue reading »

Warmer Today but Still Cool

Yesterday’s disturbance has now shifted off to the East and clearer skies are with us this morning. Temperatures are near freezing on the East Side and not much of a warm up is expected yet again today, although temperatures are going to be a little warmer than Wednesday. Another cold morning will come tomorrow – … Continue reading »

Partly Cloudy Today, Showers Tomorrow

A warm front that passed through the region this morning is bringing cloud cover and some spotty showers, mainly to the Coastline. This activity should begin to taper off through the morning and Monday will give us a brief break in the wet weather. By early Tuesday morning, a third front will move in from … Continue reading »

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