Heavy Rain Moves into Coast Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain will continue today across much of the Pacific Northwest. A warm front is due to arrive by late morning bringing moderate to heavy rainfall into early afternoon, by about 1 o’clock, to the coastline. By late afternoon, the front will travel inland bringing moderate to heavy precipitation to the Cascades. Jackson … Continue reading »

Rain and Snow to Continue

WEATHER DISCUSSION Earth Day A slight “break” in precipitation today has created the gap between two sets of storms that has and will be moving in to the region. Last night came the first round with a very strong cold front moving onto the coast. Cooler air was rushed in and allowed for our high … Continue reading »

Much Cooler Today with Spotty Showers

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain and snow came through overnight, wetting the roads and blanketing the higher passes with snow. Anywhere from .10″-1″ of rain fell across the region and a couple inches of snow in the high terrain. The roads near Diamond Lake & Crater Lake are covered in snow and will be slick once … Continue reading »

Rain, Wind, and Snow In the Forecast

WEATHER DISCUSSION There is a lot going on this week as far as weather is concerned. Rain, wind, and snow are in the forecast. This active weather pattern will last through the week and could even stretch into the weekend. First, we’ll start with the wind. A WIND ADVISORY is in effect for the Shasta … Continue reading »

Spring Showers Moving in All Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Today marks the beginning of an active weather pattern across the Northwest. A series of storms will bring rain and even snow to the region throughout the end of the week. Skies will cloud over today and spotty showers will develop ahead of a cold front that will sweep through Southern Oregon … Continue reading »

Transition Starts Tomorrow

WEATHER DISCUSSION Happy Easter Sunday! After the beautiful sunny weather seen during the weekend, active weather is on tap for the week. Rain, wind, and snow are all expected with a series of storms moving in. The high pressure ridge is finally breaking down and off the coast a very well defined, deep trough is … Continue reading »

Quiet For the Rest of the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION After a morning and an afternoon of scattered showers, conditions are finally starting to calm down. A small upper level disturbance moved into the area Thursday afternoon allowing for some showers to fall along the coast and the Northern Cascades. These showers did not hang around for too long as most had dissipated … Continue reading »

Spring Showers Today, Improving Friday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A front will push into the Northwest today, bringing spring showers to much of the region by mid to late afternoon. Temperatures will still stay mild, despite the cloud cover moving in throughout the morning. Snow levels will start off high around 9,000′ before dropping to 6,500′ into this evening. Showers will … Continue reading »

Early Morning Showers on Sunday

WEATHER DISCUSSION The last round of precipitation to hit our area will arrive very early Sunday morning. A weak system is pushing a cold front in that will fizzle out as soon as it hits the coast. A pronounced rain shadow will occur and the heaviest amounts of rain will fall in the Cascades and … Continue reading »

Isolated Showers for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION A low pressure system moving onshore near Eureka, CA Friday morning is setting up a southerly flow and will allow for isolated showers to continue through the area for the weekend. Rain will be the biggest factor with this system. However, only small amounts of precipitation are expected as showers will remain light … Continue reading »

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