Mostly Rain Showers Move in for Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Our next storm system is beginning to usher in clouds from our north. Temperatures were starting off cooler this morning, but are now beginning to run warmer over northern parts of the forecast area as a result. High temperatures this afternoon will be similar to yesterday, but most areas will become mostly … Continue reading »

Cool & Crisp Today, Improved Air Quality

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Viewers have been calling in all morning to let us know the roads are icy (near Merlin, also Foothill Road). Although the freezing fog has lifted, it seems the roads are still slick so drive carefully. Temperatures are getting off to a similar start across the Valley compared to yesterday but are … Continue reading »

Scattered Rain & Snow Showers Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another round of dense fog has developed in West Side Valleys this morning. The fog will begin breaking into midday as a cold front moves south and east across the region. This will help to flush out the trapped polluted & cold air in the lower elevations. For this reason, the air … Continue reading »

Rainy & Wet Through Tomorrow

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain showers have been persistent overnight and through this morning. The wet weather will continue through much of today across the region as a front moves south and east today across the Northwest. Some good rain has fallen at the Coast and even Medford has seen a quarter of an inch so … Continue reading »

Wet Weather to Start, Dry to Finish

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front pushing into the Pacific Northwest is bringing widespread rain to the forecast area this morning. As the front drives inland it will weaken and the current widespread shower activity will become more scattered, and then isolated into midday. By this afternoon, most inland areas will be partly sunny. The … Continue reading »

Fall-Like Today with Rain Showers

A cold front moving north and east is bringing fall-like weather to the region. This morning the atmosphere became unstable enough for thunderstorm development, and nearly 400 lightning reports occurred along the Cascades and across the Klamath Basin. Many of the storms were developing along the mountains, and moving north and east into Klamath County. … Continue reading »

Partly Sunny for your Monday

High pressure will slowly dissipate across the region come Monday. Clouds will increase into the afternoon but will start off mostly clear. The late afternoon and early evening may bring a pop up shower or thunderstorm in the higher terrain, specifically the Cascades. Any shower or thundershower development could then move into the Klamath Basin. … Continue reading »

Rainy & Cool Memorial Day

Showers fell across the region this afternoon, but most of the shower activity has now moved off to the East. The weather will remain quiet across Southern Oregon through the remainder of the evening, but another system will be moving in come the early morning hours. Rainfall will start along the Coast around 4 a.m. … Continue reading »

Wet & Cool Holiday Weekend

A longwave trough is currently over the Pacific Northwest. A shortwave, or weaker disturbance, is now beginning to move inland, sparking up some showers across the viewing area. These showers are going to continue tomorrow, and gradually diminish from west to east as the whole system pushes into the Intermountain West. We will see a … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow Showers Continue Tonight

Temperatures are going to be near freezing this evening in the Valleys. Showers will be ongoing through the evening and by early morning partial clearing is expected. This will allow temperatures to drop into the low and mid 30’s, favorable conditions for frost development. So, the Rogue, Illinois, and Shasta Valleys are facing frost potential … Continue reading »

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