Snow & Wind Continue Tonight

WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front passed through this morning and snow levels have dropped close to 4,000 feet and will continue to drop to 3,000 feet by Sunday morning. We saw thunderstorms at the coast and as far inland as O’Brien with heavy rain falling. Rain, snow and wind will all ease overnight but shower … Continue reading »

Heavy Rain & Significant Snow

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The strongest storm we have seen so far this year will be moving inland late tonight. Today will be the calm before the storm, with  increasing clouds and increasing winds. Gusts at the Coast into this afternoon could reach 40mph. Early Saturday morning the moderate to heavy rain begins, first at the … Continue reading »

Potent Storm Arrives Overnight Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front has brought showers today with activity decreasing across the region at this time. Isolated showers will continue tonight with snow levels between 5,000 and 5,500 feet climbing Friday up to 6,000 feet. Friday will bring another warm front and showers mainly at the coast and Cascades though shower activity will … Continue reading »

Potent Storm Moving in for Weekend

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Showers were developing steadily into Thursday morning, following Wednesday evening’s cold front. The rain & snow will wind down into the morning, before picking up again into the afternoon with our next wave of energy. Snow levels are around 3,500′ but the warm front that drives inland around lunchtime at the … Continue reading »

Rain, Showers then Heavy Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION The most potent cold front of the week so far is bringing widespread rain to the area currently and rain will increase through the evening. Showers will begin tapering off by Thursday morning with only the coast and Cascades seeing the chance for showers all day. By Thursday afternoon the Cascade passes could … Continue reading »

Valley Rain & Mountain Snow Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front moving through the Northwest will bring scattered showers to the region this morning. The only showers on the radar currently are in the form of snow along the Cascades. As the warm front pushes inland through the morning, spotty rain showers will begin developing in all areas. A cold … Continue reading »

Valley Rain & Mountain Snow to Come

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Temperatures are running warmer than normal this morning due to all of the cloud cover. Regardless, showers overnight on the East Side were falling as a wintery mix, either freezing rain or sleet. As temperatures warm all wet weather will fall in the form of rain. An organized line of rain … Continue reading »

Cold Mornings & Wet Weather To Come

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues to bring quiet weather to our region. Clear skies from Saturday afternoon are going to allow for a cold night to unfold for inland areas. Morning lows will be in the single digits & low teens in the Klamath Basin Sunday, with wind chills near and below 0. On … Continue reading »

Water Levels at All Time Low

MEDFORD, Ore. — Water levels in Southern Oregon are at an all-time low this time of the year. Many waterways and reservoirs are down below the average level compared to last year. Watermasters are hoping for more rain or snow in the next few months. “The winter snow pack is an  additional reservoir for water that feeds all … 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 »

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