Another Strong Push of Rain Overnight

WEATHER DISCUSSION Our much needed active pattern continues. Two small low pressure systems promised rain through our region for this weekend. So far, they have not disappointed. Rainfall totals over the last 24 hours have amounted to over 2 inches at some coastal locations. Rainfall amounts of 1/4″ to over an inch an a half … Continue reading »

Rain, But Little Snow For The Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Thursday night’s cold front brought a decent amount of rainfall to the area.  We saw over two inches in some locations along the coast, between half an inch up to an inch for west side valleys, and around a quarter of an inch or less east of the Cascades.  For the high terrain, … Continue reading »

Rain is Still on Track for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Widespread showers kicked off our Friday in the region bringing a decent amount of rainfall to the area. As of 8:00 a.m. the 24 totals showed up to 2″+ at the coast, up to an inch on the west side, and up to a half an inch east of the Cascades. The front … Continue reading »

Rain/Snow Fri. AM, Then A Brief Break

WEATHER DISCUSSION Right on schedule, the rain showers arrived in southern Oregon and northern California Thursday afternoon.  Those showers will transition to periods of steady rainfall later Thursday night, and by early Friday morning, some snowfall is possible for the high terrain of the Klamath Basin and parts of the Cascades near Crater Lake.  This storm … Continue reading »

Active Weather Brings a Change

WEATHER DISCUSSION After three grueling weeks of high pressure patterns, we now turn to a more active approach. Starting late last night and early this morning, the first line of showers with a low pressure system moved onshore. This brought rain and a wintry mix to the region. The initial line made it as far … Continue reading »

Rain on the Way By Thursday Afternoon

WEATHER DISCUSSION Wednesday featured slightly cooler temperatures than Tuesday, as high clouds helped hold down the afternoon highs just a bit.  Cloud cover will continue to thicken overnight into Thursday, and as a weak system approaches, a stray shower is possible along the coast.  The better rain chances arrive Thursday evening into Friday morning with … Continue reading »

Blue Skies Before the Next Round of Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION The title says it all…but it needs a bit of elaboration.  Wednesday will start with plenty of sunshine along the coast, but cloud cover will be increasing through the afternoon.  We will also see plenty of sunshine for inland locations, but only after the morning fog lifts.  The Rogue Valley will be partly … Continue reading »

A Quiet Pattern Returns, Temporarily

WEATHER DISCUSSION This weekend’s storm system yielded a few tenths of an inch of rainfall west of the Cascades and along the coast, and for the higher terrain, an inch or two of fresh snow.  Mount Ashland remains closed, however, and Mount Shasta announced today that it will be closed beginning Tuesday until they receive … Continue reading »

Showers Continue Into Monday

WEATHER DISCUSSION As expected, the wave of low pressure moved in late this morning and continues spreading precipitation through the region as the day went on. Light, but steady widespread showers cover the radar map as of 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. Snow levels were at about 5,500′ keeping rain falling on everything but the extreme … Continue reading »

Not Finished With the High Pressure

WEATHER DISCUSSION If you remember the set up we had last weekend, then you probably have noticed a similarity to it this weekend. The beginning of last weekend started with the break down of a dominant ridge of high pressure and then a small wave of low pressure skimmed in and brought light showers to … Continue reading »

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