Summer Heat in Full Swing

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure will build into the West these next couple of days, allowing our temperatures to climb. We’ll be flirting with 100 across West Side Valleys by Wednesday. Skies will stay sunny across inland locations and will start off with clouds and fog at the coast. For now, the weather will stay … Continue reading »

Triple Digits Back in Your 7 Day

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Wednesday was a pretty active day as thunderstorms were popping up left and right in the Klamath Basin and over Siskiyou County. More than 1,500 lightning strikes were reported and 32 confirmed lightning induced fires east of the Cascades. The good news — these fires were all small and the thunderstorms are … Continue reading »

Spring Showers Today, Improving Friday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A front will push into the Northwest today, bringing spring showers to much of the region by mid to late afternoon. Temperatures will still stay mild, despite the cloud cover moving in throughout the morning. Snow levels will start off high around 9,000′ before dropping to 6,500′ into this evening. Showers will … Continue reading »

Quiet & Comfortable for Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A mostly dry and quiet day is ahead. High clouds will be present across the region but temperatures will have no problem warming up this afternoon. The upper 60′s are on the way for West Side Valleys and the low to mid 60′s for the East Side. Light and scattered showers will … Continue reading »

Partly Sunny Tuesday

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Clouds will increase Tuesday as a storm moves into Washington. We’ll be at the very southern end of this storm, so we’ll only see more clouds and no showers. Temperatures will be noticeably cooler and back into the mid 50s along the South Coast, mid 60s in the Rogue Valley … Continue reading »

More Showers Wednesday

METEOROLOGIST MARISA WOLOSZYN’S FORECAST DISCUSSION: Rain showers continue Tuesday night for areas below 2,500 feet. Snow showers will continue above 2,500 feet with 6-12″ of new snow above 5,000 feet. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 9 a.m. for mountain areas above 5,000 feet. Winds have also picked up with this storm, especially … Continue reading »

Valley Rain & Mountain Snow Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain showers have been developing this morning along the Coast and these showers are gradually making their way inland through Douglas County & Northern Jackson where they then run into the Cascades and turn to snow. Showers through much of today will mostly be at the Coast and along the Cascades, ahead … Continue reading »

Rain, Snow and Breezy Tuesday

METEOROLOGIST MARISA WOLOSZYN’S FORECAST DISCUSSION: Showers and sunbreaks Monday for most. Breezy conditions as well along the coast and into the Klamath Basin. Isolated rain showers will continue Monday night and into Tuesday morning. Showers will steadily increase around lunchtime Tuesday as another storm moves through. This storm could bring around 2″ of rain to … Continue reading »

Heavy Rains & Gusty Winds Tonight

METEOROLOGIST MARISA WOLOSZYN’S FORECAST DISCUSSION: Clouds increased Tuesday ahead of the approaching storm. This storm is packing a good punch with heavy rains and gusty winds. Rain will be heaviest along the coast with 2-5 inches expected through Wednesday night. Other areas will pick up around 1-3 inches of rain. This storm will also bring … Continue reading »

Chilly Nights Ahead

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A chilly start Tuesday with lows in the mid 30s along the coast, near 30 degrees in the Rogue Valley and in the teens in the mountains, the Klamath Basin and Northern California. Mostly sunny skies helped get temperatures back near average in the afternoon. Tuesday night will be chilly … Continue reading »

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