Record Breaking Day Ahead

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues to sit over our region — bringing dry weather and summer-like temperatures. Tuesday we broke two records at the Coast, as high temperatures climbed well into the 70’s & even into the 80’s across Curry and Coos County. North Bend broke the 1981 record of 74, reaching 77. Brookings … Continue reading »

A Very Warm Week Approaches

WEATHER DISCUSSION Sunday brought in light and isolated showers to the region. Moisture coming off the Pacific was in the form of puffy cumulus clouds. Orographic (mountain) uplift and weak instability caused most of the showers to occur in the foothills of the Cascades and in the high country. Snow levels started at 4,000′ and … Continue reading »

Afternoon Highs Cool Slightly Thursday

The high pressure air mass that has been consistently sitting over the Great Basin for the last five days will begin to shift eastward Thursday. With this being said, the heat advisory still in effect for Siskiyou County will expire at 11 p.m. Wednesday evening. The incoming shortwave is going to allow us to catch … Continue reading »

Third Round of Storms Arrives Soon

We’re at the tail end of the second round of storms with areas still seeing heavy rain, snow and strong winds this morning turning to lighter and not as persistent rain this afternoon. Strongest winds will be further east today in Modoc, Lake and Klamath county where a high wind watch and wind advisory are … Continue reading »

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