Summer Weather is Back

WEATHER DISCUSSION After the rainfall and cloud coverage over the last few days, a high pressure pattern is moving back in. This will clear out the clouds and move in warmer air from the south. Right now, our upper level winds are in a zonal (west-to-east) flow bringing in a little bit of moisture. In … Continue reading »

Few Showers For the Early Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION A frontal boundary pushing showers onshore this morning will continue to drop rain in our region for today. Upper level winds are moving very quickly out of the west so any showers that do develop will be short lived as they will move across large distances in a short amount of time. After … Continue reading »

Warm and Dry Over the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION 70th Anniversary of the Invasion of Normandy “D-Day” Sunny skies and warm temperatures are continuing in the region. A dominant ridge of high pressure is parked, just off the coast and promoting cloudless skies. A thermal trough has set itself up over Northern California which is keeping the warmer temperatures overhead. The combination … Continue reading »

Sunny & Warming Through the Week

Lingering moisture and instability is bringing favorable conditions for thunderstorm development this evening. Showers and storms have been developing across Siskiyou County and the Klamath Basin. The most instability is present on the East Side. As the sun begins to set, expect most of this activity to begin dying down. Clouds will linger through the … Continue reading »

Hot & Dry Weather is Ongoing

The heat continues as this next work week begins. High temperatures are going to remain in the upper 90′s and triple digits for the Rogue Valley & Siskiyou County today. Sunny skies will also continue this afternoon, but by tomorrow we will begin to see the impacts from a disturbance to our south that will … Continue reading »

Sunny & Hot Today, Iso. T-Storms

The heat is going to continue into the start of this next work week. The main concern with the forecast at this point in the week is the thunderstorm threat. Later Monday afternoon we are going to see the winds shift to the Southwest as a closed low moves north along the West Coast. This … Continue reading »

Sunny & Warmer Weather for Sunday

Clear skies are going to continue into Sunday and temperatures will warm about 5-7 degrees above Saturday’s highs. High pressure will re-position itself from the Midwest back to the Desert Southwest and then continue to build through the week. A disturbance is going to move in and shift our winds come Monday & Tuesday. A … Continue reading »

Clear Skies & Fairly Warm This Evening

We’re one day closer to the weekend and skies continue to remain clear and conditions dry! The fire danger level is moderate, and I wouldn’t be surprised if the National Weather Service issues a Red Flag Warning in the coming days for Siskiyou, Klamath, and Lake Counties to account for the potentially hazardous dry weather. … Continue reading »

Clear Skies Tonight, Sunny for Sunday

It has been a pleasant weekend so far, as sunny skies have been the main weather pattern for all locations across the viewing area this first weekend of June. The marine layer will push inland this evening and bring some low lying clouds. Patchy fog is possible after midnight, and the onshore flow will allow … Continue reading »

Not as Cold Tonight, Warmer Tomorrow

Offshore flow, also known as the Chetco Effect, warmed Brookings this afternoon to a warm 83 degrees! A stronger pressure gradient also brought gusty winds to the ridges and Coastline. High pressure it still sitting over the region, bringing sunny skies and very dry conditions. Afternoon highs are still remaining very well above average for … Continue reading »

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