March Snow Survey Shows Record Low Level

MOUNT ASHLAND, Ore. — Snow is on the ground at Mount Ashland, but not much of it. Officials completed this month’s snow survey and found the Siskiyous are about 10 percent of what’s normal. A snow survey “course” that typically takes skis, or at the very least, snowshoes, to get to, only took hiking boots … Continue reading »

Grants Pass Upholding City Ordinance

GRANTS PASS, Ore. —  In order for a business to have a license in Grants Pass, it must operate legally at a federal, state and local level. Medical marijuana dispensaries will become legal in Oregon come March, but that doesn’t mean change is coming to Grants Pass. Grants Pass city councilors have reviewed the city’s ordinance … Continue reading »

Easter Weekend Showers

This IS going to be a Good Friday with the warmest temperatures of the year so far and Medford finally reaching 70 degrees for the first time this year! Decreasing clouds today will bring more sunshine to the area this afternoon then we’ve seen the last few days. With these warm temperatures there remains instability … Continue reading »

Warmest Days of The Year Ahead!

A weak disturbance will bring the chance for light showers again today, mainly this afternoon, but we will see more periods of sunshine during the day today. Due to the warm weather there is more instability around in the afternoon so we could see a few isolated thunderstorms mainly at the higher elevations. Temperatures will … Continue reading »

Showers Continue As Temperatures Climb

A weak low pressure will move through our region today bringing isolated showers through the morning turning to more widespread showers this afternoon and breezy conditions this evening east of the Cascades and in Siskiyou county. Tomorrow we’ll continue to see showers, mainly in the afternoon, and they will be even lighter than today and … Continue reading »

Warm With Spring Showers

Several disturbances will bring a chance for showers all week with the most numerous showers likely along and near the Cascade and Siskiyou mountains. This weather pattern is difficult to pin-down when and where the showers will fall because we aren’t dealing with well defined frontal systems, but rather disturbances. The first moved through overnight … Continue reading »

Spring Weather Pattern For Spring Break

Without high pressure blocking storm systems from moving into our area we’ll see several disturbances bring a chance for showers starting tonight and lasting all week. A Spring weather pattern means the frequent possibility of showers; areas won’t see rain all day or even everyday, but the possibility is there. The first trough will move … Continue reading »

Cold Nights, Warmer Afternoons

Today we have a chance for isolated light snow showers in the higher terrain including some areas of Coos and Douglas county. Other areas will remain dry, a trend that continues into the weekend as high pressure slowly moves into our region over the weekend reinstating that blocking pattern that will keep storm system’s to … Continue reading »

Starting To Feel More Like Spring

Today we could see some light isolated showers mainly this morning and confined to the coast, mountains and potentially in Douglas county, but a few spots in the valley could see some snow flurries this morning. This afternoon we’ll see decreasing clouds and increasing winds as a disturbance slides into the area but I think … 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 »

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