Rain Returns Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front will bringing showers to the coast by Thursday morning and a chance for a few light showers inland during the morning hours. The heavier rain will arrive in the afternoon and evening as the cold front pushes through. The heaviest rain will be at the coast and the Cascades where … Continue reading »

Freezing Temperatures Overnight

WEATHER DISCUSSION First Day of Spring With the mild winter that we’ve experienced this year, orchards are seeing early blossoms on their fruit trees. Cooler air has moved in to the area and could affect these crops. A lack of cloud coverage and a cold pool of air sitting over our area will combine to … Continue reading »

Patchy Frost Thursday Morning & Sunny

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another weak front swept through Oregon today, bringing cloud cover and light showers to the region. Clouds are going to clear through the overnight hours and a very cold night will unfold. Frost advisories have been issued for Eastern Curry County, Jackson & Josephine Counties, the Cascades, the Siskiyous and most of … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow Showers Continue Tonight

Temperatures are going to be near freezing this evening in the Valleys. Showers will be ongoing through the evening and by early morning partial clearing is expected. This will allow temperatures to drop into the low and mid 30’s, favorable conditions for frost development. So, the Rogue, Illinois, and Shasta Valleys are facing frost potential … Continue reading »

Chilly Morning, Warm Afternoon

High pressure is providing for mostly clear skies this morning allowing temperatures in some of our colder valleys to drop below the freezing mark. After such a chilly start this afternoon will be unseasonably warm! Abundant sunshine again today with breezy conditions this afternoon, especially at the coast and ridges. The breeze in Brookings will … Continue reading »

Frost Tonight Then Back to Warm Weather

Today will be coolest day we’ve seen in the last week and tonight a strong inversion will develop leading to the coldest night we’ve seen in over a week for the west side valleys. The cold night on tap has lead the NWS to issue a Freeze Watch for early tomorrow morning for all of … Continue reading »

Cooler Start to the Work Week

A cold front will dip south this morning bringing a chance for light showers for our northern reaches including Douglas and Coos county, mainly north of the Umpqua Divide.  This front will mainly bring more clouds to areas farther south and breezy to gusty winds. Along and east of the Cascades will be the windiest … Continue reading »

Not as Cold Tonight but Still Frosty

Winds are currently out of the north, still bringing in some cooler air but slowly winds will shift and high pressure will then build into our region. Temperatures Wednesday afternoon were several degrees below average. Thursday afternoon, will be several degrees above average for the first time in a week or so. It will be … Continue reading »

Warmer Weather Ahead!

After a chilly and frosty start to the day we’ll see the return of some sunshine today and temperatures will warm quickly back to more seasonable temperatures for the beginning of Spring. A storm system will pass to our north this afternoon and while we’ll stay dry we will have increasing clouds and winds today. … Continue reading »

Coldest Night of the Season Ahead

The clouds that stuck around overnight really helped areas in the valleys from not dipping to critical crop damage valleys, but some regions were close. High pressure will be building in tonight and that will act to clear out more clouds tonight and thus temperatures will drop to the coldest of the season so far. … Continue reading »

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