Summer-Like Temperatures Return

WEATHER DISCUSSION One more morning of cold temperatures awaits, then highs will be climbing as we head into the weekend.¬† Wednesday morning, we saw lows as cold as the middle to upper 20′s east of the Cascades, and while it won’t be that cold Thursday morning, temperatures will be low enough for another frost or … Continue reading »

Cold Mornings and Warm Afternoons

WEATHER DISCUSSION With the changing of the seasons, we are seeing a change in the weather patterns that is having a big effect on our diurnal temperature change. The diurnal temperature change is the fluctuation¬†between the low and the high temperature for each day. There are many factors that influence the change. The low pressure … Continue reading »

Dry for Trick-or-Treating

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak warm front brought a few light showers to the northern areas today with just a few more clouds this morning for inland areas. Shower activity has ended and for all the trick-or-treaters out tonight it will be dry, albeit a bit chilly. Tomorrow will be the warmest day of the week … Continue reading »

Chance for Early Halloween Showers

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak warm front will nudge into our northern reaches overnight tonight into tomorrow bringing a chance for a few isolated light showers mainly to the coast and Cascades with only a slight chance for western areas. All areas will dry out by the early afternoon so trick-or-treating or any other Halloween activities … Continue reading »

Another Cold Night on Tap

WEATHER DISCUSSION Clear skies and drying conditions will lead to another cold night across the region with a Frost Advisory in effect for the coast and a Freeze Warning for west side valleys for lows dipping to the upper-20s and low-30s by Wednesday morning. Tomorrow a warm front will pass through bringing a chance for … Continue reading »

Cool Week with Stormy Weekend

Weather Discussion A large upper low will shift south overnight bringing just a few light showers to the east side of southern Oregon and northern California, mainly for Lake, Modoc and east Siskiyou county. Tomorrow will bring a cold morning across the region with areas of frost at the coast and temperatures near to below … Continue reading »

Mountain Pass Snow Tonight

A cold front passed through today bringing showers and breezy to gusty winds. Isolated showers will continue tomorrow mainly in the morning, with snow showers above 4,000 feet. Siskiyou Summit as well as the other Cascade passes could receive light snow accumulations by tomorrow morning and visibility may be low at times. Behind this front … Continue reading »

Much Cooler End to October

Offshore flow will increase sunshine at the coast this weekend and thus temperatures as well. Inland areas will see little change Saturday with increasing clouds and winds on Sunday. Expect quite breezy conditions on the east side with sustained winds of 20mph, and a big drop in temperatures next week as a large upper low … Continue reading »

Cold Shot of Air Next Week

There will be little change in the weather through Saturday with areas of fog at the coast in the overnight and mornings with patchy fog in the mornings for the Umpua Basin, Grants Pass area and Illinois Valley. Once the fog clears we’ll see sunshine which will help warm temperatures quickly in the afternoon. A … Continue reading »

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