Snow Tonight Above 3,000′

WEATHER DISCUSSION A strong front is moving into northern Oregon at this time bringing rain, snow, wind and lowering snow levels. This system will hit the coast to the Cascades north of Crater Lake between 10 and midnight with rain and snow moving south overnight into tomorrow morning. The heaviest rain and snow will fall … Continue reading »

Taste of Winter this Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak disturbance is moving through our area currently bringing isolated light showers to the area that will continue into tonight. Fog returns tomorrow morning and may be dense at times. Once the fog clears some areas will see periods of sunshine early in the afternoon before a potent cold front bringing increasing … Continue reading »

Iso. Showers then Stormy Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Overnight fog will develop lingering into the mid to late morning for valley locations with periods of sunshine before a disturbance moves in in the afternoon bringing a chance for showers mainly at the coast and Cascades, with a slight chance for west and east side areas. Steady rain is possible over the … Continue reading »

Cold & Foggy Night, Showers Tuesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Tonight will be very similar to last night with areas of fog and low clouds developing by morning with patchy freezing fog. Fog will linger the longest in the Illinois Valley tomorrow not burning off until the afternoon with most other valley locations seeing clearing my mid to late morning. A cold front … Continue reading »

Cold Tonight with Fog

WEATHER DISCUSSION Overnight tonight fog will return to the region with areas of freezing fog creating slick roads at times for west and east side valleys. Temperatures will be cold again with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies with mid to low 30 on the west side, teens and mid to low 20s on the … Continue reading »

Drier & Foggy Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION The jetstream is hovering just to the north of our region which is where the majority of the cloud cover is. With clearer skies tonight we’ll see cold mornings return to the region and with moisture lingering from the last storm system areas of fog will easily develop from the coast to the … Continue reading »

Showers Taper Off Tomorrow

WEATHER DISCUSSION The main line of rain has passed through and scattered showers are left behind and winds are still quite breezy. We’ve seen about half and inch of rain in Coos county and just inland from Brookings some areas have received 0.60″. Winds have peaked at 60mph around Summer Lake and around 45mph in … Continue reading »

Increasing Rain & Wind Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front will bring isolated showers to the region tonight, mainly along and west of the Cascades, with snow levels at 7,000 feet most showers will be in the form of rain. Tomorrow a cold front pushes through increasing wind and rain across the region, with steady rain arriving at the coast … Continue reading »

Showers through the Work Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION We will remain in cool, moist northwesterly which means a chance for showers through the workweek with the most likely places for more scattered to widespread showers at the north coast, Umpqua and the Cascades. Snow levels will be at 3,500 feet through Monday which means the Cascade passes could be snow covered, … Continue reading »

Showers Taper Off Sunday Afternoon

WEATHER DISCUSSION Tonight through tomorrow morning some areas, especially the Cascades, will see periods of steady showers. This may impact travel over the Cascade passes with snow covered roads and reduced visibilities, though the heavies precipitation has exited our region. Snow levels will drop to 3,000 feet by Sunday morning and only rise slightly through … Continue reading »

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