A Few Weekend Showers

WEATHER DISCUSSION Overnight snow levels will drop to 4,500′ which will bring the chance for some light snow showers along and east of the Cascades and while Crater Lake and Diamond Lake could pick up 1 to 2 inches, on the east side it will be closer to a dusting up to an inch in … Continue reading »

Break Tonight then More Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION Showers taper off tonight and clouds will clear into the overnight hours only to quickly return as will the showers. The majority of the precipitation will be in northern California with peak storm activity further south in southern California. Southern Oregon will be on the northern fringe of shower activity and most will … Continue reading »

North of Main Action this Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION The bulk of the rain today was well to our south in central California though we picked up a few hundredths to a few tenths of rain at the coast and Siskiyou county, while most other areas were fairly dry. While shower activity is going to pick up tonight, rain totals will not … Continue reading »

From Warm Back to Wet

WEATHER DISCUSSION Today was the warmest day of the year for Medford, Roseburg and Alturas; while it wasn’t the warmest day of the year in Klamath Falls we did tie a record high hitting 66 degrees today. Temperatures for inland areas ran 10 to 15 degrees above average making highs closer to records than normals! … Continue reading »

Another Warm Day Ahead

WEATHER DISCUSSION Another unseasonably warm day on Tuesday with highs 10 to 15 degrees above average for this time of the year making it feel more like Spring than mid-Winter! Spring officially starts on the vernal equinox on March 20, less than a month away. Tuesday will bring highs closer to records than averages though … Continue reading »

Active Weather Returns This Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION After a beautiful, but dry weekend, an active weather pattern will return to the area. The high pressure ridge that has been sitting over us the last few days is starting to break down. This will allow the upper level jet stream to resume a more west-to-east flow pattern. This means that storms … Continue reading »

Staying Beautiful Into Sunday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Today has been absolutely gorgeous as a ridge of high pressure is still sitting over us bringing dry conditions, warmer temperatures, and plenty of sunshine. We did start with a bit of fog, mainly in the valley locations; but as temperatures increased, the fog dissipated. As the temperatures overnight Sunday approach the dew … Continue reading »

Sunny & Mild Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure returns this weekend bringing patchy morning fog for west-side valleys, cool mornings and mild and sunny afternoons. In fact morning lows will be unseasonably cool while afternoon highs will climb 5 to 10 degrees above average! Clouds will increase late Sunday as a frontal boundary approaches though weather models are now … Continue reading »

Transitioning Back to Dry

WEATHER DISCUSSION Overnight tonight we’ll continue a chance for a few isolated light showers mainly at the coast into Douglas county and the Cascades. Tonight will be another chilly one, a trend that will continue into the weekend though afternoon highs will be quite mild. In fact highs will be 5 to 10 degrees above … Continue reading »

Drier for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Overnight tonight we could see a few more showers ahead of a cold front that will bring increasing showers tomorrow. Though this front is going to skirt mainly to our north with most shower activity north of the Umpqua Divide but I came keeping a slight chance for isolated showers on either side … Continue reading »

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