Valley Rain & Mountain Snow Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front is moving through Southern Oregon already this morning. The front is coming in earlier than originally shown by computer models. It also is not looking as impressive across Jackson County which will lead to more in the way of rain showers as opposed to consistent rain. The front should … 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 »

Spotty Showers & T-Storms Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The area of low pressure that brought rain and snow to the region yesterday and overnight will travel south and east today. Even so, showers will still develop later today ..mainly a result of instability. For this reason, thunderstorms are also in the forecast for the Coastline. Most of these showers inland … Continue reading »

Late Season Storm Brings Rain & Snow

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A late season storm system will bring rain, snow & wind to the region later today. A cold front will bring cold air into Northern California, keeping snow levels around 3,000′ by late afternoon and allowing for snow to fall over much of Siskiyou County into this evening. Periods of rain are … Continue reading »

Spotty Showers Over the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION The much needed active weather pattern is long underway and we will continue to see rain and snow with it. This weekend will be a relative break, however, with only isolated showers activity. Spotty clusters of showers are all that’s left of the cold front that pushed through our area on Friday. These … Continue reading »

Rain, Wind & Snow for Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A very potent storm system will be pushing into the Northwest today. Precipitation will begin falling in the form of showers across the region and will turn to more consistent rain from west to east, falling moderate to heavy at times. Snow levels will be rising to 6,000′ due to the southerly … Continue reading »

Moderate to Heavy Rain on the Way

WEATHER DISCUSSION The moist onshore flow will bring more showers into the region again today. Most of the activity is going to be over Curry, Del Norte & Josephine Counties. Also Western Siskiyou County will likely see more showers than those further inland. Elsewhere, isolated showers will fall. Snow levels are low today — around … Continue reading »

Showers Continue for Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another round of rain showers will continue today across all locations. Snow levels will stay around 4,000′ which will lead to travel impacts above this for accumulating snow. Between 2″-5″ of snow is likely above 4,500′ today …but the accumulation closer to 4,500′ will be into this evening. High temperatures will remain … Continue reading »

Snow as Low as Siskiyou Summit

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The first of many storms systems this week will move into the Northwest today. This will bring in rain, wind and much cooler air. Snow levels will initially start off high today, around 6,000.’ By tonight and Wednesday morning they’ll hover around 4,000′ but could be as low as 3,500′ during times … Continue reading »

Rain, Snow & Wind on the Way This Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Today will be the last quiet and spring-like day for quite some time. Rain, snow and wind are all on the way as the Pacific Northwest transition back to a very active weather pattern. Temperatures will start off cool Monday morning, but afternoon highs will warm up nicely for the afternoon. High … Continue reading »

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