Record Breaking Heat (Officially)

WEATHER DISCUSSION HOT is the word of the week so far and we’re just getting started. Hot air from the south has been moving into our area little-by-little each afternoon. High pressure near Nevada is slowly retrograding back into our region and because of this, hot air is being moved from the Desert Southwest up … Continue reading »

Cool & Wet Memorial Day

A warm front followed by a cold front will bring rain and gusty winds to the area today with moderate to heavy rain possible, especially in the morning and early afternoon. Instability will increasing this evening bringing a chance for isolated thunderstorms east of the Cascades, with the best chance in Lake and Modoc county. … Continue reading »

Spring Storm Continues Today

Spring officially started at 4:02 this morning and with it we saw peak winds start to push in at the coast as the cold front approached; the strongest winds will be at and just ahead of the cold front and once the front passes winds will ease up a bit but still be quite breezy. … Continue reading »

Strong Spring Storm On Our Doorstep

A warm front will be bringing warm light rain this evening turning to more widespread heavier rain and gusty winds tonight and continue until the cold front passes tomorrow. Winds will be increasing during this evening as will rain with the heaviest precipitation at the coast from around 10 tonight until mid-morning tomorrow and lasting … Continue reading »

One Last Fair Weather Day

Today is the calm before the storm with mostly sunny skies to start and increasing clouds this afternoon ahead of a warm front that will bring rain tomorrow. Rain will start tomorrow morning at the coast then move inland in the afternoon but the heaviest precipitation won’t occur until the cold front approaches late Tuesday. … Continue reading »

Cooler & Wetter Weather On The Way

A weak front will continue to push through our area this morning bringing light isolated showers at the coast into the Umpqua Basin and the Cascades, then all areas will dry out this afternoon and we’ll see some sunshine return. A stronger, yet still weak, cold front will bring more widespread showers late Saturday into … Continue reading »

Heavy Snow Above 3,000′ Through Morning

The low pressure associated with all the heavy rain and snow many have seen is moving inland this morning and will continue to bring heavy snow above 3,000 feet through mid-morning in northern California and through noon on the east side. We’ve already seen 18 inches of snow at Mt. Shasta and 3.4 inches of … Continue reading »

Hazardous Mountain Travel Ahead

A cold front offshore this morning will bring gusty winds to the area, in particular the coast, east side, ridges and central Siskiyou county with gusts from 40 mph at the coast to 55 mph further east and south. Precipitation will start off as rain for most areas as snow levels will be around 4,000 … Continue reading »

Spring-Like Day Before Storm Hits

Another gorgeous spring-like day with abundant sunshine and temperatures this afternoon just above normal for March, but it all ends today as a strong cold front will bring heavy rain, snow and gusty winds to the area tomorrow. Tonight we’ll see rain begin at the coast with moderate to heavy rain through Tuesday evening, moving … Continue reading »

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