Cool & Wet Weather Continues

A cold front brought the colder and windy weather yesterday and now a cut-off low will live in the Pacific Northwest for the remainder of the workweek. Disturbances will wrap around the low bringing shower activity through early Friday with breaks in the rain and clouds at times. A break from the rain with some … Continue reading »

Drastic Change In The Weather

A cold front off shore this morning will pass through the region this afternoon bringing gusty winds, rain and a drastic drop in temperatures. The limiting factor with this storm will be moisture and thus most of the precipitation will be along and west of the Cascades in southern Oregon, in particular at the coast … Continue reading »

Summer-Like Today, Winter-Like To Follow

A ridge and thermal trough will bring summer-like temperatures this afternoon, abundant sunshine, and even the Chetco Effect at the coast warming Brookings up more than the rest of the coast. This warm-up is short lived however as a upper low will become cut-off from the jetstream and take hold of the Pacific Northwest weather … Continue reading »

Feeling More Like Spring

Yesterday was unseasonably cool across the region and today will only be a few degrees warmer but we will see more sunshine. Chance for isolated showers this morning, mainly just sprinkles, before drying out later this afternoon with gradual clearing. Tomorrow a cold front will bring showers mainly along and west of the Cascades, but … Continue reading »

Rainy & Cooler

A cooler day on tap with periods of rain through the day, moderate to heavy rain at times is also a possibility. The heaviest rain will fall at the coast with lighter showers on the east side. Temperatures will will be 5 to 10 degrees BELOW normal! Compare that to the 91 degree days we … Continue reading »

Much Needed Rain On The Way

A cold front will pass through the region this afternoon bringing some light showers to the coast (mainly the north coast) into the Umpqua Basin and potentially a shower or two reaching the northern Cascades. Behind the cold front a trough will settle over the Pacific Northwest and this will bring more widespread much needed … Continue reading »

Feeling More Like Spring

A zonal flow has set up over the region which will allow disturbances to move through the next couple of days providing a mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies through the day. Temperatures will also moderate closer to normal but still on the warm side for Spring. Tomorrow a weak cold front will bring light … Continue reading »

Change To More Normal Temperatures

A cold front will pass through our region today bringing isolated to scattered showers, mainly at the coast, Umpqau Basin and the Cascades with only a slight chance for showers on the east side and I think Sisikiyou county will stay dry today. What we will feel is the winds picking up ahead of the … Continue reading »

Warmest Days Of The Year So Far!

Plenty of sunshine returns for inland areas today with highs climbing close to 90 on the west side and 80 on the east side, that’s 15 to 20 degrees above normal! All this heat will increase instability this afternoon and while moisture is a limiting factor, we could see some thunderstorms develop this afternoon. The … Continue reading »

Sunny With A Chance For Thunderstorms

The cut-off low finally opened up and is pushing to the east, but the wrap around the low will still usher in monsoon moisture and with increasing temperatures instability is still high in the afternoons. Moisture, instability and lift are the three ingredients to form thunderstorms, we’ll have plenty of instability through Saturday but moisture … Continue reading »

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