Rainfall Amounts Look Slim Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION As showers approach the coast Thursday evening, rain chances, on the surface, look promising.  Unfortunately, as the line of showers makes its way onshore over the next 24 hours, it will start to fall apart.  That means measurable rain along the coast, but totals will be minimal for inland locations. How minimal? West … Continue reading »

Showers Continue Wednesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION A line of showers slowly crept eastward Tuesday, bringing steady rain to the coast.  Rainfall amounts have already topped two inches near Brookings, with over three inches reported by a viewer in Whaleshead.  The rain will continue to move inland as the night moves on and showers remain in the forecast for Wednesday. … Continue reading »

Slightly Cooler with Rain on the Horizon

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The weather remains quiet today, although high temperatures will begin to inch their way down trending about five degrees cooler than Tuesday. The dry spell will keep skies sunny through the end of the week for inland locations. At the coast, the marine layer will continue to make an appearance one morning … Continue reading »

Fall Temperatures Within Sight

WEATHER DISCUSSION Although the marine layer has returned to coastal locations and substantially dropped temperatures, there was no relief from the unseasonable heat for inland locations.  Highs in the Rogue Valley were once again 10 – 15 degrees above average, and although it seems like the cool down will never come, I promise it is … Continue reading »

Mostly Sunny and Warmer For Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain showers ended around the area sooner than anticipated, and the clouds began to break throughout the afternoon Thursday.  That afternoon sunshine will continue for Friday after a few clouds move through Thursday night.  Over the past couple of days, measurable rain did fall in some locations, but from about I-5 eastward, rainfall … Continue reading »

Winds Will Continue to Gust Wednesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Tuesday afternoon, as expected, winds were gusting to near 40 miles per hour again near Weed.  We will not see this change for Wednesday.  A fire weather warning is already in effect for central Siskiyou County, which includes the Shasta Valley, until 9 PM Wednesday.  For most of the Klamath Basin, the fire … Continue reading »

Cooler With a Few Showers For Wednesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Thunderstorms and lightning strikes scattered the landscape Tuesday, and after a very active afternoon and evening, southern Oregon and northern California will see a much quieter day Wednesday.  While a few embedded rumbles of thunder are possible, most locations will see scattered to isolated showers with the passage of a cold front. Along with Tuesday evening’s … Continue reading »

A Few Showers Stick Around

WEATHER DISCUSSION Many locations saw some much needed rainfall today.  Those showers will even continue tonight, though they will be more isolated in nature.  Today, the highest recorded rainfall amounts have been along the coast, with Brookings surpassing one inch already.  Locations along the Cascades have also seen around a quarter of an inch, with … Continue reading »

West Side Showers Today, Storms to Come

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Temperatures will continue cooling today and highs will top out in the 60′s region-wide. An area of low pressure just to our north will bring showers into the Coast throughout the morning and a small chance for a thunderstorm or two. Later in the day, showers will begin developing across the West … Continue reading »

Cool with Showers to Start the Workweek

  WEATHER DISCUSSION An area of low pressure will bring showers to much of the region today. These showers will be light and scattered and won’t drop much in measurable rain. There is also a small chance for isolated thunderstorms across all areas into the afternoon and evening hours. High temperatures will stay cool with … Continue reading »

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