Mt. Ashland Hires New General Manager

MT ASHLAND, Ore. — It was a challenging winter for Mount Ashland. Not enough snow fell to get the lifts up and running for the first time in the slope’s history. The off-season has been busy and officials said the hire of a general manager will get them back on track to improving the skiing … Continue reading »

Thunderstorms to Start the Work Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION The upper level low continues to track to the south off the Oregon Coast today. The center of the low is still far enough north of our region to keep the moist onshore flow intact. Because of this, we are still seeing isolated shower activity throughout our area. As the low continues south … Continue reading »

Showers Moving In for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Short Term (Saturday PM – Tuesday): After the week of sunny skies and record setting temperatures, we will have a different story moving through the weekend. A low pressure system off the coast of Washington will start to track its way south and bring in precipitation to our region. Looking at the visible … Continue reading »

Winter Weather into Saturday Morning

WEATHER DISCUSSION An upper level low will continue to dive south into Saturday bringing showers and colder air to the region. Snow levels will drop to 4,000 feet by Saturday morning and winter travel will be an issue. Above 4,500 feet we could see 3 to 7 inches of snow is possible with locally heavier … Continue reading »

Winter Weather, Frost & Highs Near 90

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain showers will be ongoing today …although they will be light and scattered. Most of the showers that do develop will be along and west of the Cascades. Siskiyou County will be mostly dry with partly cloudy skies through Friday. Temperatures are going to stay cool today and tomorrow. In fact, even … Continue reading »

Search For Snowshoe Hiker Scaled Back

CRATER LAKE, Ore. — On a clear day, Crater Lake’s iconic blue water can be seen from any viewpoint. During the winter time, the snow banks which build up beyond the concrete walls can be tempting for visitors to climb on to take a closer look at the lake. These banks, called cornices, can be … Continue reading »

Showers Continue Into Monday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Showers have increased throughout the area with an upper level low dropping a series of boundaries in the area. A few shortwaves are traveling through the jet stream causing disturbances and instability to move onshore. Rain has been spotty and isolated through much of the region. Some areas received heavy precipitation at times … Continue reading »

Showers for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION The active weather pattern that we’ve experienced will be coming to an end this week. However, before it does, we will see more rain and snow. An upper level low is dropping a cold front into our area and it will move onshore into the evening hours tonight. Ahead of this front, a … Continue reading »

More Showers Today, 80’s Next Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain and snow picked up overnight and up to an inch of snow is blanketing Klamath Falls this morning. The high country has snow as well and roads will be icy throughout the morning. Snow levels are starting off at 3,500′ today but climbing to 4,000′ later today. Showers will continue developing … Continue reading »

Thunderstorms into Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Isolated thunderstorms have been popping up this afternoon and will continue into this evening ending shortly after sunset. The threat for thunderstorms will be more widespread Friday though coverage will be isolated. Thunderstorms may produce heavy rain, gusty winds and small hail. Overnight into Friday morning snow levels will be between 3,500 and … Continue reading »

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