Sun & Clouds With Spotty Showers

A cut off low to our West will bring isolated thunderstorms and spotty showers to the region for the afternoon. Despite the scattered wet weather, the sun will still make an appearance but skies will remain partly cloudy for a good majority of the day. The thunderstorm threat is just for the Klamath Basin. Sunday … Continue reading »

Spotty Showers, Thunderstorms Tonight

Spotty showers are moving through the viewing area. This is a disturbance that came in from the the South and East. By midday it should pass by, and sky conditions should begin clearing up. Afternoon highs are going to be about five degrees cooler this afternoon compared to Monday. A disturbance just off the Coastline … Continue reading »

Partly Sunny for your Monday

High pressure will slowly dissipate across the region come Monday. Clouds will increase into the afternoon but will start off mostly clear. The late afternoon and early evening may bring a pop up shower or thunderstorm in the higher terrain, specifically the Cascades. Any shower or thundershower development could then move into the Klamath Basin. … Continue reading »

Father’s Day Forecast

High pressure is the dominant weather feature influencing our weather currently. Mostly sunny conditions will persist for Father’s Day however bands of clouds are moving through the Pacific Northwest from a strong and deep area of low pressure sitting in the middle of the Pacific. The high will begin moving south and east as the … Continue reading »

Partly Cloudy to Mostly Clear Tonight

The cooler & showery weather pattern that has been in place since the weekend is now beginning to shift eastward. This is going to allow for high pressure to move in from the West, warming us up & bringing perfect outdoor activity weather, and also more seasonable conditions. Expect gradual clearing & warming into the … Continue reading »

Potent Storm Moving in Tomorrow

Severe weather has again moved through the heart of our country, bringing devastation to another town near Oklahoma City, OK. This time, it was the densely populated suburb of Moore, a city that has seen weather of this nature before. In 1999 an EF-5 tornado struck the town, with wind speeds in excess of 200mph. … Continue reading »

High & Low Pressure Circulation

“Why do low pressure and high pressure rotate in opposite directions?” Dave Wilson Central Point Because the sun heats the earth’s surface unevenly it causes air to expand and contract at different places across the globe. As a result, air pressure is different at all points on the earth. It’s these pressure differences that cause … Continue reading »

Isolated Showers This Evening

Thursday’s storm system did not turn out to dump as much rain as the computer models were suggesting. These weak disturbances that have moved in all week have been rather difficult to forecast for. The showers that do exist over the viewing area will begin to taper off this evening from West to East. Activity … Continue reading »

Cooler & Breezy Into Monday

Temperatures have cooled down almost 10 degrees since Saturday. Afternoon highs were in the 70′s in the valleys compared to the mid 80′s we have been seeing the past two days. By Monday we’ll still remain above average, but drop even more so. Afternoon highs will warm to the mid 60′s and low 70′s. The … Continue reading »

Showers Hang Around Into Tomorrow

The worst of yesterday’s storm is now over with. Some light and scattered showers are still lingering and this will be the case through the evening. Temperatures this afternoon were about 10 degrees below average, and cooler temperatures are expected overnight also. Temperatures will be in the mid 30′s along the Coast, so frost is … Continue reading »

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