Drastic Change In The Weather

A cold front off shore this morning will pass through the region this afternoon bringing gusty winds, rain and a drastic drop in temperatures. The limiting factor with this storm will be moisture and thus most of the precipitation will be along and west of the Cascades in southern Oregon, in particular at the coast … Continue reading »

Thunderstorm Threat Continues

**Update** The Red Flag Warning for east Siskiyou county has been cancelled due to the rain we saw overnight wetting the dry fuels. The cut-off low pressure off the coast of California will continue to usher in the chance for showers this morning but they will become more isolated through the morning and early afternoon. … Continue reading »

More Widespread Afternoon Thunderstorms

Today there is more moisture in the atmosphere due to onshore flow rather than the dry offshore flow we had this weekend, this will lead to more numerous thunderstorms this afternoon and evening and the potential for locally heavy rain in storms. Heavy rain may lead to street flooding so if you see flooding on … Continue reading »

A Rainy & Windy Halloween

A cold front will move through our area today with rain and winds ahead of the front starting at the coast then slowly moving east during the day. Locally heavy amounts of rain, mainly at the coast with rain becoming lighter as it has east with the least rain falling east of the Cascades. Winds … Continue reading »

Smoky & Windy Day On Tap

The story today will be the smoky skies seen across our area from the valleys and the basins into California as a system off the coast starts to move inland today continuing to direct smoke into the region.  As we head into the afternoon hours the more important story, at least for fires in the … Continue reading »

Cooler, Smoky & Windy Start

An upper-level low is stalled just off the coast which has been influencing our weather since yesterday in the form of strong winds.  Yreka, California reported wind gusts up to 40 mph with areas in Oregon close to 30 mph.  As we head into tomorrow winds will pick up yet again east of the Cascades … Continue reading »