Showers Stick Around For Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Thursday night and morning, the Klamath Basin saw it’s first snowfall of the season! Crater Lake received about five inches of fresh snow.  Chemult saw right around three inches.  Even in Klamath Falls, viewers reported about an inch of snowfall.  By the afternoon, temperatures rose above freezing, and Klamath Falls even made it … Continue reading »

Temperatures Approaching 70 Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The weather will stay quiet today with more sunshine in the forecast. Temperatures will climb about 10 degrees above average, nearing 70 here in the Valley. Partly to mostly sunny skies are expected inland with morning clouds & fog. For Thursday another cold front will bring light and spotty showers along and west … Continue reading »

Hit or Miss Showers Through Your Morning

  WEATHER DISCUSSION  A cold front is pushing through the Northwest today. This brought widespread rain through the overnight hours, but little in the way of measurable precipitation in the gauges. Shower activity will wind down throughout the morning and rain will be hit or miss across the area. This front is not packing much … Continue reading »

Cold Front Creeps Inland, Brings Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION We have been watching the approaching cold front for about a week or so, anticipating the rain chances and the impact it will have on trick-or-treaters throughout the area.  Thursday evening the front was just offshore, but bands of light rain formed ahead of the boundary.  This rain, along with the cold front, will be … Continue reading »

Rain Moves in Tonight, Snow Friday Night

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Today our next storm system will begin approaching coastal waters. A warm front from this area of low pressure is lifting north currently and this is bringing a few showers to the coast. Showers will turn to rain here this afternoon and tonight when this front travels inland, it could fall heavy … Continue reading »

Clouds Hang Around On Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION On Wednesday, a few showers moved through the area and brought small amounts of rainfall.  It’s all along an old frontal boundary that is drifting back towards the north.  As it does so, showers will taper off Wednesday night, but a few showers are still possible for coastal locations through Wednesday night into … Continue reading »

Light & Spotty Showers Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front will move north along the I-5 corridor this morning. This will bring light and isolated showers to all areas, mainly throughout the first half of Wednesday. Skies will remain mostly cloudy today and temperatures cool. The next significant front impacting our region will approach the coastal waters Thursday afternoon, … Continue reading »

Showers Isolated For Wednesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Tuesday brought one or two showers to the Rogue Valley, but for the coast, we saw measurable rainfall.  Light showers off and on throughout the day added up to about an inch of rain near Brookings, but for inland locations, totals were around one hundredth of an inch.  Rain chances will stick around … Continue reading »

Spotty Showers Turning to Rain Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another cold front will approach the coastline today. Increasing rain is likely throughout the morning in Curry and Del Norte Counties, falling moderate to heavy at times by the afternoon. Winds will become breezy here as well. Inland, spotty showers throughout the afternoon are likely ahead of the front. Most of the … Continue reading »

The Brief Break From the Rain Ends Tues.

WEATHER DISCUSSION We started the work week with cloudy skies, but by the time Monday came to an end, the sunshine was back.  This lull in the action will be very short-lived as another cold front is already creeping towards the coast Monday night.  In fact, a few showers are possible tonight along the coast, … Continue reading »

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