Warmer Before Winter Weather Returns

A warm front today will bring light to moderate rain to the coast through the day and light rain inland. Snow levels will start off around 5,500′ this morning climbing to 7,000′ this afternoon which means this is mainly a rain event with only snow falling at the highest elevations, potentially up to two inches … Continue reading »

Warm Front Brings Warm Rain

Last night we saw some virga (rain that doesn’t reach the ground) in Douglas and Coos county and we’re dealing with a bit this morning as well along the coast. A chance for some of these showers to reach the ground this morning, mainly at the coast, then turning to more widespread rain later this … Continue reading »

Warming Trend Continues

A weak high pressure will keep sunny skies for most of our day today before a warm front brings a few clouds later this afternoon. A slight chance for some showers in our northwest area including Douglas and Coos county as well as the Coast Range and Cascades, not expecting much accumulation with these showers … Continue reading »

Warmer Temperatures On The Way!

A cold front made it’s way through our region this morning bringing widespread light rain to the region and snow to the east side. Through the day we’ll see a few showers, mainly on the west side, with increasing winds on the east side and higher elevations. We could see gusts up to 40 mph, … Continue reading »

Potent Winter Storm

A warm front will pass through this morning warming temperatures to some of the warmest of the week and snow levels climbing to 4,500 feet. This will be short-lived though as a cold front will quickly follow bringing the heavy rain, snow and strongest winds. The heaviest precipitation will fall with the passing of this … Continue reading »

Strong Winter Storm On The Way

Today a weak disturbance will bring light isolated showers to the region, mainly at the coast and higher elevations with little snow accumulation. However, a much more juicy strong storm system will hit our area late tomorrow through Saturday. The heaviest rain and snow will fall tomorrow night with strong to damaging winds at the … Continue reading »

More Winter Weather On The Way

Through the day today a disturbance will bring light showers, mainly this afternoon and overnight, with snow levels climbing to up to 3,000 feet today before dropping again to 1,500 feet at times by tomorrow morning. This means we could see some low level snow flurries by tomorrow morning, but we’re not expecting much accumulation … Continue reading »

Semi-Truck Accident Near Ashland

NEAR ASHLAND, Ore. — Slick, snowy and slushy roads kept Oregon State Police busy responding to several reports of cars and trucks sliding off the freeways and highways. With snow falling around 8:45 a.m., two semi-trucks went sliding on the southbound lanes of the Siskiyou Pass. Oregon State Police says the two did not crash … Continue reading »

Heavy Rain & Snow Through Morning

A storm system is moving through the region this morning bringing heavy snow at times to locations down to 1,100 feet. The low associated with this system did not shift as far south as anticipated as thus has brought quite a bit of snow to southern Oregon. The bulk of the precipitation is now hitting … Continue reading »

School Closure & Delay

Vineyard Christian School is canceled today. Glendale School District is operating on a two-hour delay.

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