Partly Sunny for your Monday

High pressure will slowly dissipate across the region come Monday. Clouds will increase into the afternoon but will start off mostly clear. The late afternoon and early evening may bring a pop up shower or thunderstorm in the higher terrain, specifically the Cascades. Any shower or thundershower development could then move into the Klamath Basin. … Continue reading »

Father’s Day Forecast

High pressure is the dominant weather feature influencing our weather currently. Mostly sunny conditions will persist for Father’s Day however bands of clouds are moving through the Pacific Northwest from a strong and deep area of low pressure sitting in the middle of the Pacific. The high will begin moving south and east as the … Continue reading »

Still Cool, Gradual Clearing Today

The cooler air mass is now in place over the Pacific Northwest. Yesterday’s marine layer really prevented us from warming up much at all. It has pushed again into the Valley, but I am anticipating more clearing than yesterday. Afternoon highs are going to be similar to yesterdays, still in the low 70’s. Cool temperatures … Continue reading »

Gradual Clearing, Much Cooler Today!

A cooler air mass is now beginning to make its way in from the Northwest. Afternoon highs will be another 5-10 degrees cooler Tuesday afternoon and cool more so through Thursday. No precipitation is expected with this storm system, other than some light drizzle that may fall along the Coast Wednesday & Thursday. Partly to … Continue reading »

Sunny & Cooler to Start the Week

We are beginning to see a change in this hot & dry weather pattern that has been sitting over the region the last five days or so. Afternoon highs are going to be nearly 10 degrees cooler than Sunday. Brookings this morning has a 24 hour temperature difference of 24 degrees. Gradual cooling will continue … Continue reading »

Another Hot Day in Store

  The thermal trough that has developed as a result of the high pressure ridge over the NW, brought an offshore wind flow this afternoon to the Coast. The 1940 afternoon high record of 86 degrees was easily surpassed in Brookings as temperatures rose to 95 at the Airport! There are other reports of even … Continue reading »

Clear Skies Tonight & Hot Saturday!

High pressure is still sitting over the Pacific Northwest. The thermal low that has developed has moved inland, creating an offshore flow for the Coast. Brookings is expected to reach the upper 80’s and low 90’s Saturday. Hot & dry weather will persist inland as well through early next week. By Tuesday & Wednesday we’ll … Continue reading »

Sunny & Hot Thursday

High pressure still sits over the area. Temperatures warmed into the mid 90’s in Medford Wednesday afternoon. The quite, but hot & dry weather is not forecasted to change in the coming days. Clear skies are going to continue into the coming days. As a thermal trough begins developing and lifting north, an offshore flow … Continue reading »

Abundant Sunshine & Warm!

High pressure will strengthen today and through the weekend this will bring abundant sunshine and unseasonably warm temperatures to inland areas and allow the marine layer to build at the coast this weekend. Also expect breezy winds at the coast through the weekend, peaking on Sunday and Monday. Highs for inland areas will climb 10 … Continue reading »

Clear Skies Tonight & Tomorrow!

Although we had abundant sunshine across the region this afternoon, the cooler air mass in place prevented us from warming into the mid 70′s this afternoon. Expect clear skies into the overnight hours, but slightly warmer temperatures in the Klamath Basin this evening. For this reason, no freeze warning is in effect. Sunny conditions will … Continue reading »

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