Big Weather Change on The Horizon

High pressure will bring one more hot, dry and sunny day for inland areas tomorrow before the ridge breaks down and a low pressure and associated cold front brings a cooler and wetter weather pattern. From Saturday to Sunday it will feel like Fall arrives almost overnight! Temperatures take a ten degree dive and continue … Continue reading »

Isolated T-storms & Cooler Weather Ahead

A low pressure located over Nevada and stalled front are bringing flooding rains from Wyoming to New Mexico and hitting Colorado the hardest. That low pressure will continue to bring a chance for isolated thunderstorms before 9 tonight along and east of the Cascades. That threat will return tomorrow afternoon in that same area, but … Continue reading »

Heat & Now Thunderstorms

High pressure will continue to usher in hot weather into Saturday with highs remaining 10 to 15 degrees above normal so it will continue to feel like mid-Summer instead of only 11 days away from Fall! A low pressure located over Southeast Nevada will begin moving north on Thursday and will filter in monsoon moisture … Continue reading »

Summer Heat Wave Thru Saturday

High pressure will push inland tonight and the hot, sunny and dry weather will continue through Saturday with highs remaining 10 to 15 degrees above normal. While highs will not be quite as hot as they were today, the difference will be hard to notice.  A low pressure system in the Southwest will push north … Continue reading »

Near Record Highs This Week

High pressure offshore and a thermal trough inland will continue to bring hot, sunny and dry conditions to the area through the week. The thermal trough will be move from the coast to west side valleys tomorrow and that means onshore flow will return to the coast, which means an end to the Chetco Effect … Continue reading »

Shifting Back to Hot & Dry

High pressure in the Pacific will push the jetstream further north into next week which will shift our weather from cool and wet yesterday to hot and dry. Temperatures on Tuesday will be the hottest of the week and the hottest of the last several weeks with highs for some areas climbing into the top … Continue reading »

Thunderstorms Depart Our Region

The upper-low that produced thunderstorms and dropped buckets of rain, hail and gusty winds will push north overnight and thunderstorm and shower activity will be ending. Thunderstorms by 9 Thursday night will only be along and east of the Cascades and by 11 tonight all thunderstorms will be north of our viewing area. We’ll continue … Continue reading »

Showers & T-Storms Thursday

A low pressure that has been rotating off-shore for over a week will finally push inland into the evening bringing spotty showers to the coast tonight with showers spreading inland during the day tomorrow. Instability will be building during the day leading to thunderstorm formation, with peak activity between mid-morning and the afternoon. The Cascades … Continue reading »

Thunderstorms Back in the Forecast

A closed-low that has been rotating off shore for several days will begin to push inland during the day Wednesday and this will bring our first chance for showers and thunderstorms. Thunderstorm activity tomorrow will be isolated and mainly along and east of the Cascades. The low will settle over the Pacific Northwest on Thursday … Continue reading »

The Unofficial Start to Fall

This weekend sure felt like Summer and as we head into the unofficial start of Fall it will be feeling a little cooler…briefly. A closed-low is rotating off shore and will be influencing our weather through Thursday, for most areas that just means a few more clouds and breezy winds. Shortwave disturbances will pass over … Continue reading »

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