Spotty Showers Today, More Tomorrow

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A front moving through the Pacific Northwest this afternoon will bring rain & snow showers along & west of the Cascades today. Snow levels will start off around 4,000′ and rise to about 5,000′ this afternoon depending on your location. This will be snow showers for Crater Lake & Diamond Lake ..also … Continue reading »

Winter Weather Advisory for West Side

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A winter weather advisory has been issued for all counties across the area. For Jackson & Josephine Counties this is above 2,500′ & for Siskiyou County above 3,000.’ Today a storm system will bring rain & snow to the region. Already this morning snow has been falling across the Rogue Valley, even … Continue reading »

Cooling Trend & Wet for Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION New snow fell overnight near Crater Lake & Diamond Lake. Isolated showers through the morning will come to an end into midday here & partly to mostly sunny skies will persist. High temperatures will run a few degrees cooler today, ahead of a cold air mass settling into the Northwest Thursday & … Continue reading »

Snow Levels to 2,000′ Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION After some precipitation over the last few days, there will be mainly dry conditions across the forecast area tonight. A weak disturbance off the coast will move southeast and bring possible isolated showers to the coast and Northern California this evening. This system will also bring possible snow showers to the Cascades as … Continue reading »

Scattered Rain & Snow Showers Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another round of dense fog has developed in West Side Valleys this morning. The fog will begin breaking into midday as a cold front moves south and east across the region. This will help to flush out the trapped polluted & cold air in the lower elevations. For this reason, the air … Continue reading »

Accumulating Snow on Valley Floors Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A potent winter storm is bringing low elevation snow to the region today. Snow showers have begun ahead of this cold front across the Rogue Valley. The delayed onset of this storm, from what was originally anticipated, brought cloud cover in later ..dropping temperatures well below freezing in the Valley–supporting more sticking … Continue reading »

Cold Today, Colder Tomorrow

  WEATHER DISCUSSION **UPDATED TO ACCOUNT FOR WINTER STORM WATCH** The arctic air mass that has been mentioned for days now is bringing temperatures well below normal. The Klamath Basin is starting the day off in the single digits this morning. Highs today will be in the 20’s & 30’s across inland locations. A freeze … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow Showers Continue Tonight

Temperatures are going to be near freezing this evening in the Valleys. Showers will be ongoing through the evening and by early morning partial clearing is expected. This will allow temperatures to drop into the low and mid 30’s, favorable conditions for frost development. So, the Rogue, Illinois, and Shasta Valleys are facing frost potential … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow Showers Tonight

Temperatures have changed significantly within 24 hours. Afternoon highs were only in the 50’s and 60’s. Rain and snow showers have been falling since this afternoon. Snow is accumulating near Doak Mt. and Lake of the Woods but off of pavement. As snow levels drop through the evening, this is expected to change. With the … Continue reading »

Spotty Rain & Snow Showers Tonight

A weak disturbance will push inland this evening and bring spotty showers to our region tonight and tomorrow. Temperatures still remain cool, and snow levels are dropping to about 1,500′ along the Coast and in the valleys after midnight. I don’t believe frost is going to be a concern into Monday morning with the cloud … Continue reading »

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