Cold Tonight, Even Colder Tuesday Night

WEATHER DISCUSSION We have been watching an arctic air mass slide in from the northeast Monday evening, and that cold air is going to make quite the impact in southern Oregon and northern California.  Temperatures will be mainly in the teens and twenties tonight, but single digits are in the forecast for parts of the … Continue reading »

Cool Saturday Before Things Get COLD

WEATHER DISCUSSION Friday brought a good mix of clouds and sun to the area, and by the afternoon, skies were mostly clear.  With that clearing, temperatures will sink to the teens and 20’s in the basin and northern California tonight.  West side valleys and coastal locations will see lows in the 30’s and 40’s. Since … Continue reading »

Quiet, But Cold For Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Wednesday’s cold front ushered in a swath of colder temperatures, and for the next week or so, they won’t be going anywhere.  Fortunately, we won’t be seeing any particularly messy storm systems tracking through the area, but a few rain and snow showers are in the cards. The cold air is even making … Continue reading »

A Pair of Storms For the Coming Days

WEATHER DISCUSSION While showers were very light and isolated today, that will not be the case as we head throughout the overnight hours of Thursday and in to Friday morning.  Another cold front will be moving through, and while it is not bringing a drastic drop in temperatures, it will keep snow levels fairly low … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow Showers Isolated On Wed.

WEATHER DISCUSSION Tuesday brought a mostly clear start to the day, but by the afternoon, clouds rolled back into the area.  Temperatures were still able to make it above average, and as they drop again tonight, more snowfall is possible for the higher elevations mainly in Siskiyou County. A winter weather advisory is in effect … Continue reading »

Snow Tonight in Southern Siskiyou Co.

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Cloud cover overnight has cleared over Jackson County. This has allowed temperatures to drop into the mid 30’s in Medford, significantly cooler than Monday morning. It’s a chilly start for all inland locations with the chilly air mass still in place across the area. Snow levels will start off around 3,500′ this … Continue reading »

Another Dose of Arctic Air Bringing Snow

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Showers are developing this morning across the area under cloudy skies. Temperatures are starting off mild across the board, considerably warmer than where we were earlier in the week. Shower activity will be ongoing into the first half of the weekend region-wide. Tonight, a cold front is going to push south along … 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 »

A Few Clouds Hang Around Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Although the rain showers came to and end for most locations Wednesday afternoon, one location continued to see precipitation.  Crater Lake saw its first snowfall of the season, and as the flakes continued to fall intermittently Wednesday evening, the accumulation grew.  As of 7 PM Wednesday, snowfall totals along the rim were between … Continue reading »

Valley Rain & Mountain Snow Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain showers have been developing this morning along the Coast and these showers are gradually making their way inland through Douglas County & Northern Jackson where they then run into the Cascades and turn to snow. Showers through much of today will mostly be at the Coast and along the Cascades, ahead … Continue reading »

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