Showers Come & Go This Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front is lifting north across the state of Oregon. This brought rain showers west of the Cascades overnight and snow showers along the Cascades and in the Klamath Basin. Snow is blanketing parts of Highway 140 and also Highway 97 and holiday travels should drive with caution. Snow levels will … Continue reading »

Stormy & Wet into the Holiday Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A front will stall out across the state of Oregon today. This will bring consistent and measurable rainfall to Curry County, Northern Josephine, Southern Douglas and also the Crater Lake area. Elsewhere inland, we will see periods of rain off and on. Another round of persistent fog across the West Side and … Continue reading »

AM Fog, Otherwise Smooth Sailing Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Today will bring the last round of quiet weather to the region. Morning fog is likely across inland locations ..across West Side Valleys, the Shasta Valley and Klamath Basin. Temperatures are near and below freezing over Northern California and the East Side and fog in these locations will be freezing fog. Low … Continue reading »

Quiet Today but A Wet Holiday Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure is in control of our weather today, keeping the storm track off to our north. Morning clouds will gradually burn off across the region and make way for mostly sunny skies by the afternoon. Highs are going to trend warmer today than Monday. We’ll be a good 5-8 degrees above … Continue reading »

Another Weak System Moves In Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Wednesday was showery and breezy, but we will start to see a bit of a lull in the rainfall activity tonight.   We are still in midst of a fairly wet time frame, as showers (or snow for higher elevations) are in the forecast every day throughout the extended period.  The next system won’t … Continue reading »

Cloudy & Cool with Rain

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Today the storm door will swing open and the first of a series of storms will move in across the area. Increasing rain is likely through the morning as the cold front nears. Snow levels will initially start off low Wednesday but by the afternoon they’ll be near 7,000.’ With that being … Continue reading »

Rain to Move in Remainder of Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The last of the cold arctic air will wrap up this morning. Temperatures will once again climb from the 20’s and teens across inland locations. Tonight we’ll transition to an active weather pattern as a series of disturbances move our way. Ahead of our first system arriving tonight, we’ll continue bringing in … Continue reading »

Showers Stick Around For Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Thursday night and morning, the Klamath Basin saw it’s first snowfall of the season! Crater Lake received about five inches of fresh snow.  Chemult saw right around three inches.  Even in Klamath Falls, viewers reported about an inch of snowfall.  By the afternoon, temperatures rose above freezing, and Klamath Falls even made it … Continue reading »

High Pressure Helps Weaken Next Front

WEATHER DISCUSSION A ridge of high pressure has built in over the west, and although the next storm system will weaken it, that ridge is exactly what keeps the front from making a big impact in southern Oregon and northern California.  By Sunday evening, showers will drift in with the cold front from the north, … Continue reading »

Coastal Rain & Spotty Showers Inland

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front will push inland along the Northwest Coast today. This will bring rain throughout the morning and strong winds to Coos, Curry & Del Norte Counties. The storm system will be slow to travel inland, bringing spotty showers to West Side Valleys by late afternoon and early evening. Showers inland … Continue reading »

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