Warmer & Drier Wednesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Through this evening there is the potential for a few rumbles of thunder along and east of the Cascades with peak activity in Siskiyou county. Any thunderstorms that do form will quickly diminish after sunset and shower activity in these areas will end by midnight. Wednesday will bring warm and sunny conditions across … Continue reading »

Thunderstorms & Showers

WEATHER DISCUSSION A low pressure offshore is digging south bringing widespread thunderstorms in east Siskiyou county and Modoc, Lake and Klamath counties. Thunderstorms will diminish from west to east overnight with showers continuing into early Tuesday morning for the Cascades and Siskiyou county. Tuesday afternoon the threat for thunderstorms returns along and east of the … Continue reading »

Thunderstorms to Start the Work Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION The upper level low continues to track to the south off the Oregon Coast today. The center of the low is still far enough north of our region to keep the moist onshore flow intact. Because of this, we are still seeing isolated shower activity throughout our area. As the low continues south … Continue reading »

Showers Moving In for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Short Term (Saturday PM – Tuesday): After the week of sunny skies and record setting temperatures, we will have a different story moving through the weekend. A low pressure system off the coast of Washington will start to track its way south and bring in precipitation to our region. Looking at the visible … Continue reading »

Showers & Thunderstorms this Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION The high pressure ridge will continue to flatten this weekend which means the cooling trend continues with highs dropping below average Sunday and Monday, that’s 20 to 30 degrees cooler than the heat this week! A weak front will bring a chance for isolated showers Saturday afternoon, mainly in the Cascades and Siskiyous … Continue reading »

Cooler & Wetter Weather Ahead

WEATHER DISCUSSION The high pressure ridge that brought the record breaking heat this week is slowing shifting east and the jet-stream will continue to flatten to a more zonal flow into the weekend. This will bring cooler temperatures into the weekend with slightly below average temperatures expected Sunday and Monday, that’s a drop of 2o … Continue reading »

Record Breaking Wednesday, Cooler Ahead

ASK THE METEOROLOGIST Several record were broken on Wednesday, including North Bend and Brookings at the coast from earlier today before onshore flow cooled temperatures there this afternoon. Brookings hit 81, breaking the old record of 73 from 1995 and North Bend hit 82, breaking the old record of 75 set back all the way … Continue reading »

Near Record Highs Wednesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Today was the warmest day at the coast, for inland areas that day will be Wednesday with many locations likely tying or breaking records. Record highs for Montague, Medford and Klamath Falls are all within reach on Wednesday with mid-90s for west side valleys and mid-80s for the east side. The ridge will … Continue reading »

Another Spring Heat Wave!

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure will be the story this week bringing a repeat weather pattern that we saw two weeks ago with sunny, dry weather and record breaking heat likely! Temperatures will climb and peak Wednesday and Thursday for inland areas, and Tuesday and Wednesday for the coast. Onshore flow will return to the coast … Continue reading »

Dry and Very Warm This Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION After the rain and snow that fell in the region Friday and Saturday, high pressure is building in. This will promote a very different weather pattern for the entire week. A very strong ridge is moving in from offshore which will keep low level clouds from forming and will promote very warm temperatures. … Continue reading »

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