A Showery Holiday Weekend

The upper-level low that has brought us showery weather the last several days will shift north today allowing for a drier, sunnier and warmer day across the region. A few light showers possible through early this morning and will diminish by mid-morning returning partly cloudy skies to the area, very similar to the last couple … Continue reading »

Sun Mixed With Sunshine

Yesterday was a record breaking day with record daily rainfall reported in North Bend of 2.23″ smashing the old record of 0.57″ set back in 1984. Klamath Falls tied a record low of 23 degrees and Montague broke a record low of 25 degrees, beating the old record of 29 degrees back in 1986. Today … Continue reading »

Summer-Like Today, Winter-Like To Follow

A ridge and thermal trough will bring summer-like temperatures this afternoon, abundant sunshine, and even the Chetco Effect at the coast warming Brookings up more than the rest of the coast. This warm-up is short lived however as a upper low will become cut-off from the jetstream and take hold of the Pacific Northwest weather … Continue reading »

Hot & Sunny for the Weekend

High pressure currently sits over our region. Sunny skies have allowed for temperatures to warm significantly, especially in the Valley. Medford hit it’s warmest day of the year thus far, with the afternoon temperature peaking at 91 degrees. Klamath Fall did so as well, reaching 81 degrees for the first time this year. On the … Continue reading »

Sunny With A Chance For Thunderstorms

The cut-off low finally opened up and is pushing to the east, but the wrap around the low will still usher in monsoon moisture and with increasing temperatures instability is still high in the afternoons. Moisture, instability and lift are the three ingredients to form thunderstorms, we’ll have plenty of instability through Saturday but moisture … Continue reading »

Sun & Storms

The cut-off low off the shore of central California shifted just a bit to the east yesterday bringing thunderstorms mainly along and east of the Cascades, and once again that region will be the favored spot for thunderstorm formation this afternoon and evening. We are going to see warmer temperatures the next several days with … Continue reading »

Continued Heat, Potential for Lightning

Inland areas will see similar conditions today with highs still unseasonably warm thanks to the thermal trough moving further inland, this will have the opposite effect at the coast bringing cooler onshore flow and thus cooler temperatures and some stratus clouds and possible fog. Change happens as we head into Sunday as we bring in … Continue reading »

Heating Up!

The thermal trough centered over California is now ushering in warm weather from the southwest and highs the next several days will be 15 to 20 degrees above normal! The hot, dry and sunny weather will continue through at least Saturday before the weather pattern changes. If you’re spending time outdoors remember to wear sunscreen … Continue reading »

Chilly Morning, Warm Afternoon

High pressure is providing for mostly clear skies this morning allowing temperatures in some of our colder valleys to drop below the freezing mark. After such a chilly start this afternoon will be unseasonably warm! Abundant sunshine again today with breezy conditions this afternoon, especially at the coast and ridges. The breeze in Brookings will … Continue reading »

Change At The Coast, Still Warm Inland

High pressure has shifted inland and thus so has the thermal trough which has ended the Chetco Effect in Brookings and is allowing the marine layer stratus to start to move up the coast. The coast will see a big change today with more fog and clouds, less sun and thus cooler temperatures. For inland … Continue reading »

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