Transition To A More Active Pattern

A cold front will start to bring rain and snow to the region today with isolated showers mainly at the coast this morning and more widespread precipitation falling this afternoon. The heaviest rain and snow will fall mainly after midnight through tomorrow morning and in northern California. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for … Continue reading »

Unseasonable Warmth Soon Over

Yesterday in Medford was the warmest day of the year so far, and today looks to break that warming just a few more degrees this afternoon. The offshore flow that has warmed Brookings into the 60s all week long will end this morning and this weekend for Brookings in particular will be much cooler. A … Continue reading »

Valentine’s Day Warm Weather

Happy Valentine’s Day! High pressure will build in today which should allow for more sunshine this afternoon with some clouds and fog through the morning. As long as we clear out like we did yesterday we’ll see the warmest days of the year so far today and tomorrow. Yesterday Medford tied the warmest day we’ve … Continue reading »

Increasing Sunshine On The Way

With high pressure just off shore we’ll continue to see weak systems slide down the front side bringing light precipitation to mainly areas to our northwest but areas of Coos and Douglas county could see more light rain today and the Cascades could see some snow showers at times today. Areas further to the south … Continue reading »

Pollutants On The Increase

A high pressure ridge will continue to keep hold over our atmosphere through the weekend which will strengthen the inversion and air stagnation which means pollutants may reach unhealthy levels by weeks end. You can find a link to the DEQ website to find air quality levels in your area under weather links. For the … Continue reading »

Warming Trend Kicks Off

High pressure will continue to be the main weather system in our area for the rest of the week which means areas of overnight fog and afternoon sunshine as well as a warming trend through the week. No significant precipitation is forecast for the rest of the week, however a weak cold front will slide … Continue reading »

Return Of Valley fog

The tail end of the storm that hit our area yesterday will continue to bring windy conditions for the next couple of days to the coast, mountains and east side. As the low pressure finally exits late Saturday we’ll see a slight chance for snow showers for the mountains and some east side areas like … Continue reading »

Storm Moves Through Quickly Today

A cold front that’s passing through the area this morning will bring widespread rain and snow that may be heavy at times and impact travel. The heaviest precipitation will fall through the morning then tapper off for most areas this afternoon. High profile vehicles should use extra caution with gusty winds, and everyone should be … Continue reading »

Rain, Snow, and More On The Way

The rain we saw yesterday was enough to improve air quality across the area with the only city as of this morning not in the ‘Good’ level is Klamath Falls which only improved one level and is now in the ‘Moderate.’ A cold front approaching the coast today will bring increasing winds to the region … Continue reading »

More Change Coming

Today a weak cold front will bring light rain to the region and light snow above 3,000 feet, with gusty winds in the mountains and fairly breezy at the coast and basin today. Winds will calm briefly tonight as the system passes but will pick up again tomorrow as a stronger storm system approaches that … Continue reading »

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