Another Weak System Moves In Thursday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Wednesday was showery and breezy, but we will start to see a bit of a lull in the rainfall activity tonight.   We are still in midst of a fairly wet time frame, as showers (or snow for higher elevations) are in the forecast every day throughout the extended period.  The next system won’t … Continue reading »

Fall Shows Up Right On Time

WEATHER DISCUSSION The first full day of fall is Tuesday, and cooler temperatures will follow close behind.  A dynamic storm system currently positioned offshore is a sign of how the summer weather pattern is evolving into a more autumnal flow.  Not only will this system bring gusty winds ahead of and while it’s moving through, … Continue reading »

Potent Storm Moving in Tomorrow

Severe weather has again moved through the heart of our country, bringing devastation to another town near Oklahoma City, OK. This time, it was the densely populated suburb of Moore, a city that has seen weather of this nature before. In 1999 an EF-5 tornado struck the town, with wind speeds in excess of 200mph. … Continue reading »

One More Day of Beautiful Weather

Weak high pressure will slowly shift eastward through tomorrow, but for the day sunny skies will prevail.  Temperatures will warm to the low 60’s in the Rogue Valley. By tomorrow evening, increasing clouds will push ashore from our west. A strong cold front will bring strong winds, heavy rain & mountain snow through Thursday. Precipitation … Continue reading »

Showers This Evening

Showers are expected this evening across the region as a disturbance moves in from our North. Snow levels will be dropping to 1,500′ in some locations so it’s quite possible some areas in the Rogue Valley may have a dusting in the morning. Any snow showers that do develop and move through will bring very … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow on the Way

Conditions will remain dry through the evening and into the first half of Presidents’ Day. As Monday evening nears, cloud cover will increase and winds will pick up ahead of the next storm system. Snow levels are going to drop quite a bit with a much colder air mass moving into the higher elevations. The … Continue reading »