Quiet Finish to the Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The weather for the second half of the weekend will be very quiet. Skies are going to be sunny/mostly sunny and temperatures will trend slightly warmer than Saturday. The marine layer is expected to push further inland overnight, so expect morning clouds and areas of fog along the Coast and across the … Continue reading »

T-Storms Developing in the Region

WEATHER DISCUSSION Current radar picking up a well defined line of showers and thunderstorms developing. Instability is greatest in the Klamath Basin today however, we are seeing thunderstorms develop in Siskiyou County as well. The Rogue Valley continued to see mostly sunny skies through Friday because of a warm layer above the surface. Clouds can … Continue reading »

Pop Up Shower or Storm Later Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Very inactive weather will continue today and this will allow for a warm afternoon to unfold. Afternoon highs will trend a few degrees warmer than Thursday. Although skies will start off sunny, increasing clouds are likely throughout the day. A few pop up showers are likely into early evening over Western Siskiyou … Continue reading »

Drying up, but T-Storms on the Way

WEATHER DISCUSSION Some showers fell Wednesday as the upper level low tracked eastward onshore through the day. First, at the coast and in the Coastal Range in the morning hours, then in the Cascades and the Northern tier of the forecast area. The heaviest of rain fell near Port Orford and Bandon. Most of the … 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 »

Showers and T-Storms Move in Tonight

WEATHER DISCUSSION Tuesday was yet another dry day as our region was caught in a dry slot moving through the upper air. Visible imagery showed cumulus clouds parked over the Northern Coast, west side valleys, and the Cascades. All other areas experienced some light cirrus through the day. Cooler temperatures were experienced today as a … Continue reading »

Cooler and Comfortable for Tuesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Memorial Day A dry slot in the overhead moisture allowed for a beautiful and warm Memorial Day. Some showers were present at the coast and in the Cascades, however the majority of the moisture stayed to our north. Partly cloudy skies and cooler temperatures will be the story for Tuesday. A weak cold front … Continue reading »

Clearing Skies for your Memorial Day

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Cloud cover will continue breaking up today, following a cold front passage earlier this morning. Gradually clearing skies will lead to partly-mostly sunny conditions by the afternoon. Temperatures will trend 5-10 degrees cooler than Sunday but this will allow for highs to stay very comfortable in most areas. The Coast will be … Continue reading »

Spotty Showers for Memorial Day

WEATHER DISCUSSION A low pressure system waiting just offshore of British Columbia will slowly begin its descent into our region. It will be pushing a few cold fronts our way. One will be overnight on Sunday allowing for clouds to begin building Sunday afternoon. Light, isolated rain showers will accompany this system. Showers will start … Continue reading »

Clouds Increasing on Sunday

WEATHER DISCUSSION A high pressure ridge is slowly slipping to the east of our region. This was the cause of the mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures for Saturday. The only area that had more cloud coverage was the coast seeing overcast Saturday morning then progressing to partly cloudy skies by the afternoon. The ridge … Continue reading »

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