Favorable Fire Weather Conditions

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The fire weather watch over the area from yesterday has been upgraded now to a red flag warning. This means that conditions will be favorable for fire weather and that if any fire were to start, it would spread rapidly. Humidities will be between 20%-30% (very low) and with increasing winds into … Continue reading »

Fire Weather Watch in Place Across Area

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The lack of precipitation over the area coupled with low humidities and strong offshore winds has led the National Weather Service to place much of the area under a Fire Weather Watch for the end of the week. This will go into effect Thursday evening and remain in place through Friday. The … Continue reading »

Fire Weather Watch Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak cold front brought a few high clouds inland and cooler and cloudy conditions to many areas at the coast today and could bring some drizzle tonight at the coast but most will stay dry. The low pressure associated with this front is going to ride north along the ridge slide south … Continue reading »

More Smoke & Now Potential for T’Storms

Winds still from the northwest continue to feed smoke into the Rogue and Illinois valley as well as areas of Siskiyou county. Smoke in the valleys will be worse than higher elevations as it gets ‘stuck’ between the mountains. Visibility may be reduced at times and air quality will continue to deteriorate through the day … Continue reading »

Still Hot Tuesday, More Clouds

Cloud cover this morning is on the heavier side, and for this reason I have increased coverage for the East Side and Siskiyou County through Tuesday. I think the Rogue Valley will see mostly sunny conditions until early afternoon. Drizzle has been off and on through the course of the morning along the Coast and … Continue reading »

Fall Arrives With A Change Of Weather

Today marks the last day of summer as fall starts Saturday at 10:49 am and it sure is going to feel like a change of season!  Temperatures return to seasonable after a 10 day streak of unseasonably warm weather west of the Cascades.  Thursday Klamath Falls tied a record high temperatures of 88 degrees set … Continue reading »