Warmer Weekend On Tap

High pressure will continue to block any storms or even clouds from moving into the area through the extended forecast. Expecting more of the same weather into next week with highs 5 to 10 degrees above normal and lows at or just below normal. Temperatures this weekend will actually be a tad warmer as the … Continue reading »

Not Much Change in the Weather

Through the weekend and even into next week there won’t be much change in the weather pattern. Expect chilly overnight lows and warmer afternoons with plenty of sunshine. Overnight tonight into tomorrow a weak disturbances will slide into the region which will act to bring a few a high clouds to the region, but the … Continue reading »

Cold Mornings, Wamer Afternoons

High pressure will remain the dominant weather pattern over the region bringing abundant sunshine and dry weather through the weekend. Midweek a weak disturbance will bring a few more clouds to the area and the marine layer back to the coast, but will still dry and sunny for the most part. The chetco effect will … Continue reading »

A Few Showers Then Warmer!

A weak cold front will bring more clouds to the area on Saturday with even a few showers possible in the afternoon, mainly at the coast, Cascades and east side. Any showers will be relatively light with periods of steady showers over the Cascades at times. Snow levels will be a bit lower tomorrow, down … Continue reading »

Warmer Weather Just Days Away

Tonight will be another chilly one though not as cold as this morning. Tomorrow afternoon will be about as warm as today with increasing clouds late in the afternoon into the overnight hours as a weak cold front approaches. This cold front will bring a few light showers late Saturday afternoon and evening mainly to … Continue reading »

Chilly Morning Ahead

Clear skies tonight and an inversion will lead to one of the coldest nights so far this season with mid to upper 30s for west side valleys, upper 20s and low 30s for the Shasta Valley and low to mid 20s on the east side with some colder spots dipping into the teens by tomorrow … Continue reading »

Snow Levels Drop Tonight

Snow levels drop to 4,000 feet tonight and we could see some light accumulation over the Cascade passes by tomorrow morning. Any snow that sticks on the roads won’t linger long because it is still too warm for that. We could see 1 to 3 inches of snow from Crater Lake north in the Cascades, … Continue reading »

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