Continued Cooling Through Thursday

An upper-low will continue to build in the Pacific Northwest and this will keep temperatures about 5-10 degrees below normal through Thursday. This low will return the marine layer to areas of the coast and also provide more cloud cover through Thursday, breezy winds and a slight chance for isolated light showers to the northwest … Continue reading »

Hot Through The Weekend

A disturbance today will flatten the high pressure ridge over the region and the main effect will be to cool our temperatures just a few degrees, but today will be another hot one for inland areas. The coast for one more day will be under the influence of the marine layer bringing cool, cloudy and … Continue reading »

Hot Hot Hot!

A high pressure ridge is still our main weather pattern bringing abundant sunshine and hot temperatures to inland areas, but the winds have shifted at the coast and the cool, moist onshore flow is now bringing the marine layer to that area. The marine layer will continue tomorrow causing low visibility at times, especially in … Continue reading »

Change At The Coast, Still Warm Inland

High pressure has shifted inland and thus so has the thermal trough which has ended the Chetco Effect in Brookings and is allowing the marine layer stratus to start to move up the coast. The coast will see a big change today with more fog and clouds, less sun and thus cooler temperatures. For inland … Continue reading »

Warm, Sunny & Dry Continues

A view over Glendale, Ore. this morning.  We’ll have a similar setup tomorrow with areas of fog along the coast and some areas inland. Through the rest of the work week we’ll see sunny and dry conditions with temperatures ranging from warm to hot.  Along the coast and a few inland areas  for the next … Continue reading »