Rain Returns On Monday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Today was an absolutely gorgeous day! After the passage of the cold front last night rain and snow cleared out of the area. Clouds stuck around during the morning hours but as the day progressed, the sun showed itself. Even though the precipitation has stopped there is still a FLOOD WATCH in effect … Continue reading »

Rain and Winds Increase

WEATHER DISCUSSION The cold front has made its way onshore pushing the heaviest rain and strongest winds into our area. The coast and Northern California are getting the brunt right now. The valleys and the Basin will follow shortly. The satellite imagery is showing a break in the cloud coverage behind the cold front, therefore … Continue reading »

Heavier Rain & Stronger Winds Saturday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain and wind will be the story moving forward from Friday night into Saturday. A disturbance sitting off the coast will be making it’s way in over the next few days. First will come a warm front that will pass through the area Friday night. This will keep temperatures mild and increase snow … Continue reading »

More Rain and Wind on the Way

WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain and wind are in the forecast tonight as a warm front approaches the area. Tropical moisture will be ushered in with these next few systems bringing with it plenty of heavy rain. After the warm front passes tonight, a weak cold front will move in right behind it on Friday morning, this … Continue reading »

More Rain on the Way

WEATHER DISCUSSION Our area will experience a very active weather pattern into next week due to a combination of an abundance of tropical moisture being pulled in by the Pineapple Express and several warm and cold fronts that will slide in every few days. Localized flooding is expected, including areas near small shallow streams as … Continue reading »

Brief Break then Even More Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION The main story today was in northern and central California where a tropical moisture plume brought significant rain to the region. While the heaviest rain fell south of Siskiyou county Mt. Shasta picked up .31 inches of rain today and further south in McCloud they saw over 1 inch of rain! Since the … Continue reading »

Break in Precipitation

WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain and snow has started to diminish across the area and this will continue into the overnight hours. The heaviest amounts of precipitation will fall (mainly as rain) in northern California. Winds still remain fairly breezy into tonight which will warrant a WIND ADVISORY until 4 am for the Summer Lake area and … Continue reading »

Rain, Snow, and Wind Continuing

WEATHER DISCUSSION The next wet and windy storm system is moving in this evening. Rainfall up to an inch has already been reported along the coasts and near a quarter of an inch in the valleys. The mountains and some areas near the Basin will see snow through tonight and tomorrow. Mount Ashland has reported … Continue reading »

The Precipitation has Arrived

WEATHER DISCUSSION The long awaited precipitation has arrived to Southern Oregon and Northern California. Rain has already started at the coasts and valley areas, while snow is falling in the Cascades. The heaviest amounts of precipitation for southern Oregon will come in on Friday. With the rain and snow, we will also see an increase … Continue reading »

Storm Door Opens

WEATHER DISCUSSION A shortwave will move into the area late tonight into early Thursday morning bringing with it a chance for snow before midnight for the Eastern Slopes of Cascades. Thursday morning we could see a possible wintry mix on the valley floors as snow levels dive down to 1500′; however, this should be a … Continue reading »

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