Bitter Cold Again Tonight!

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure remains in control of our weather for one last day before breaking down. This in addition to an Arctic air mass chilling much of the country, is bringing our morning temperatures into the teens and 20’s inland. A freeze warning and frost advisory is in effect for Douglas, Coos and … Continue reading »

Cold Tonight, Then Rain Arrives Wed. Eve

WEATHER DISCUSSION After a few quiet days, we are on the cusp of a very active pattern.  We are watching the next storm system that will be moving through by Wednesday afternoon and evening, but in the meantime, we will see another mostly clear and cold night.  A  freeze warning goes into effect just after … Continue reading »

Another Frost/Freeze Likely Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION We’re waking up to the coolest temperatures we’ve had so far this fall across West Side Valleys. Widespread frost is likely as temperatures will be in upper 20’s and low 30’s. Locations in Siskiyou County are starting off in the mid and upper 20’s and will also have widespread frost. Another cold night … Continue reading »

First Freeze Likely for Valleys Tuesday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The weather will stay quiet today under the influence of high pressure. Northeasterly winds are keeping the Southern Oregon Coast clear this morning. Temperatures will be mild in Curry County by this afternoon due to the sun and weak offshore flow. Inland, dense fog has developed across Jackson County. Visiblities will stay … Continue reading »

RidgeWatch – Day 2

WEATHER DISCUSSION Now entering our second day of the high pressure, the ridge is continuing to build. Each day from here, we’ll be warming into the weekend. It seems like Friday/Saturday will be the timing of the axis of the ridge. This is when we typically see the warmest of the afternoon highs. Expect high … Continue reading »

Summer-Like Temperatures Return

WEATHER DISCUSSION One more morning of cold temperatures awaits, then highs will be climbing as we head into the weekend.  Wednesday morning, we saw lows as cold as the middle to upper 20’s east of the Cascades, and while it won’t be that cold Thursday morning, temperatures will be low enough for another frost or … Continue reading »

Temps Fall To Freezing In the Basin

WEATHER DISCUSSION The cooler air behind last night’s cold front is no surprise, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be a shock to the system for those that live in the Klamath Basin and parts of northern California.  Lows Wednesday morning will be in the lower 30’s, down to the middle 20’s east of the … Continue reading »

Inactive Weather Pattern On the Way

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak cold front passed overhead last night and allowed for a little cooler air to make its way into our region. With the front, came light showers, and some areas received measurable rain. Notable rainfall totals are 0.30″ at Fish Lake and a quarter of an inch in Ashland. This was the … Continue reading »

Warmer Than Average, but No Records

WEATHER DISCUSSION While temperatures were above average today, they didn’t start that way this morning.  In fact, the official lows for many locations were below average, with Lakeview dropping to the upper 20’s and Klamath Falls falling below freezing as well.  Parts of the Basin are once again expecting another frost or freeze event tonight. … Continue reading »

Clearing Tonight, Sunshine Tomorrow

WEATHER DISCUSSION While Tuesday remained dry, the clouds left over from Monday stuck around for another day.  Fortunately, that will be changing through the overnight hours tonight into Wednesday morning.  Once the sunshine returns tomorrow, temperatures will be on an incline. Highs Wednesday could be as much as 15 degrees warmer than today. The center … Continue reading »

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