Clouds & Fog for Valley, Sunny Elsewhere

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues to be the dominant weather feature in control of our weather. This will be the case through the next week, bringing low lying clouds and fog to West Side Valleys & clear skies and mild conditions to most other areas. A dense fog advisory is in place through the … Continue reading »

Mild Christmas Day with Valley Fog

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure is the weather pattern through the week which means mild, sunny and quiet weather for most of the region, with valley fog and low clouds. The inversion will continue to strengthen the next two days which means less sunshine, cooler temperatures and deteriorating air quality for west side valleys. The densest … Continue reading »

AM Fog, Breaking this Afternoon

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A large ridge of high pressure is now building into the West. This will be the dominant weather feature through the extended forecast. A stretch of very dry weather will likely be with us through the weekend, bringing sunny and mild temperatures to the higher elevations & dense fog to West Side … Continue reading »

Valley Fog, Mild & Sunny Above

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak cold front is bringing a few light showers along and west of the Cascades with reports of only a few hundredths to a tenth of an inch, mainly at the higher elevations. This system will continue to bring isolated light showers this evening ending near midnight across the area. Once the … Continue reading »

Isolated Showers Today, Fog on the Way

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak front moving into the Pacific Northwest will push south and east this afternoon & evening. This will bring increasing cloud cover to all of Southern Oregon, but the system will weaken as it moves south, allowing for showers to dissipate and become less widespread as it moves into our forecast … Continue reading »

Gradually Clearing Skies for Sunday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Freezing fog will develop in West Side Valleys after midnight and skies will turn mostly cloudy into tomorrow morning across all areas. A front will brush by the forecast area tomorrow morning, most likely bringing isolated shower activity to the Coast. By lunchtime though, all areas will see gradually clearing skies. Monday, … Continue reading »

Mostly Rain Showers Move in for Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Our next storm system is beginning to usher in clouds from our north. Temperatures were starting off cooler this morning, but are now beginning to run warmer over northern parts of the forecast area as a result. High temperatures this afternoon will be similar to yesterday, but most areas will become mostly … Continue reading »

Isolated Showers then More Sun

WEATHER DISCUSSION A second cold front will move through the area tonight which will bring isolated snow showers to the area with snow levels down to 1,500 to 2,000 feet. Showers will be light which means accumulations will be little to none for west side valleys and travel impacts will be minimal. However, with moisture … Continue reading »

Dense Fog Again Today, Showers Wednesday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another day of dense fog and low lying clouds is in the forecast for the valleys today. Above the cold lower levels, mild temperatures and clear skies will persist. Yesterday Red Mound hit 76 – while other higher elevations were pleasantly sitting in the 50’s & 60’s. The Coast had temperatures in … Continue reading »

Low Lying Clouds & Fog for Valleys Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Low lying clouds and fog will be persistent through much of the day across the valleys, keeping temperatures pretty steady from morning to night. Numerous advisories are in place this morning to account for the current conditions – a dense fog advisory, a freezing fog advisory & also an air stagnation advisory. … Continue reading »

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