Rain, Snow, and Wind Continuing

WEATHER DISCUSSION The next wet and windy storm system is moving in this evening. Rainfall up to an inch has already been reported along the coasts and near a quarter of an inch in the valleys. The mountains and some areas near the Basin will see snow through tonight and tomorrow. Mount Ashland has reported … Continue reading »

Moderate to Heavy Rain & Snow Today

** UPDATED 10:30AM** WEATHER DISCUSSION Precipitation has begun across our area — falling in the form of rain & snow. Snow is falling in the foothills of the West Side and over much of Siskiyou County. Snow is blanketing the roads over Diamond Lake, Lake of the Woods, Crater Lake ..and also there is light … Continue reading »

The Precipitation has Arrived

WEATHER DISCUSSION The long awaited precipitation has arrived to Southern Oregon and Northern California. Rain has already started at the coasts and valley areas, while snow is falling in the Cascades. The heaviest amounts of precipitation for southern Oregon will come in on Friday. With the rain and snow, we will also see an increase … 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 »

Storm Door Opens

WEATHER DISCUSSION A shortwave will move into the area late tonight into early Thursday morning bringing with it a chance for snow before midnight for the Eastern Slopes of Cascades. Thursday morning we could see a possible wintry mix on the valley floors as snow levels dive down to 1500′; however, this should be a … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow on the Way Beginning Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Today will be the last day of quiet weather before moisture begins streaming in from our south and west. Beginning late tonight light & scattered snow showers will start to develop over the Cascades and into the Klamath Basin. Early Thursday morning, spotty showers will also move into the Coast and West … Continue reading »

Isolated Rain & Snow Showers Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak disturbance moving through the Northwest is bringing isolated showers to the area today. With snow levels at 2,000′ this is mostly snow showers. Webcams this morning have shown light snow covering some of the higher elevation roads from overnight and Tripcheck is reporting 2″ of new snow at Crater Lake … Continue reading »

Isolated Showers with 2,000′ Snow Levels

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak storm system to our north will continue traveling southbound this morning. This will then bring rain showers to the Coast into late morning and  very spotty showers across inland areas. Snow levels though are around 2,000′ so many of the showers that develop will fall in the form of snow. … Continue reading »

More Showers Today & Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another front is beginning to push south and east across our forecast area. This is bringing widespread shower activity to much of Southern Oregon & Northern California. It will stall out over the Klamath Basin & Siskiyou County and this will allow rain showers to consistently develop in both of these areas … Continue reading »

Rain Showers Today, More Rain Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain has been consistently falling across the area overnight. This is following a warm front that moved through the area late Monday. The rain will become more showers through much of Tuesday before our next front moves in from the West later tonight. Around 11 o’clock tonight another round of rain will … Continue reading »

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