Warmest Days Of The Year So Far!

Plenty of sunshine returns for inland areas today with highs climbing close to 90 on the west side and 80 on the east side, that’s 15 to 20 degrees above normal! All this heat will increase instability this afternoon and while moisture is a limiting factor, we could see some thunderstorms develop this afternoon. The … Continue reading »

Sunny & Warm Start to the Weekend

Still had a slightly offshore flow near Brookings this afternoon, or at least the airport did where temperatures rose to the 80′s while downtown they remained roughly 20 degrees cooler! Temperatures will still be warm in Brookings Friday before the Chetco Effect cranks up again through the weekend. Highs will also remain warm inland, where … Continue reading »

A Bit Cooler Weekend On Tap

High pressure will continue to bring abundant sunshine to inland areas today and the warmest days of the year so far! At the coast we’ll continue to see onshore flow meaning marine layer stratus again today, with some afternoon sunshine but cool temperatures. A cold front passing this weekend will bring breezy conditions late tomorrow  … Continue reading »

Another Sunny & Warm Day

A weak disturbance passing through the east side today will hold the high pressure offshore which means the Chetco Effect will still be in full-swing today warming Brookings back into the 80s today! For areas on the west side expect to see temperatures right around where we were yesterday just maybe a few degrees warmer. … Continue reading »

Feeling Like Early Summer

High pressure offshore coupled with a thermal trough over California will continue to bring warm and sunny conditions across the region today. This also will continue the Chetco Effect at the coast, so Brookings will be around 80 degrees again this afternoon. The thermal trough will shift inland tomorrow and that means the warm air … Continue reading »

Cool Mornings w/ Warm & Sunny Afternoons

High pressure will be the main weather pattern for the week providing a blocking pattern so storms will stay north of our region all week. We’ll see abundant sunshine through the week with quick warm ups during the day and temperatures will drop just as quickly in the overnight hours. A Frost Advisory has been … Continue reading »

Scattered Rain Showers Tonight

Thursday is going to be very similar to Wednesday, with periods of sunshine and periods of showers. No organized storm system is here over the Northwest, but rather a moist southwest flow. With moisture present, and a fairly unstable air mass, showers are developing periodically all over the viewing area. For this reason, and with … Continue reading »

Cold Front Will Bring Rain

A cold front and its associated light rain and higher elevation snow (above 4,500 feet) will push through the Rogue Valley and over the Cascades throughout the day on Tuesday.  Some showers will reach into Northern California. A larger storm will hit Wednesday night, Thursday and much of Friday…lowering snow levels to 2,000 feet Thursday … Continue reading »

Poor Air Quality Today

The same high pressure air mass that has been over our region for the past five days or so will remain over the area heading into the weekend and also the next work week. We are continuing to deal with colder air trapped in the valleys, preventing a decent warming into the afternoon even though … Continue reading »

Fog & Low Clouds, Peaks of PM Sun

Fog developed and lifted into a low cloud deck over the Rogue and Shasta Valleys on Friday.  Low clouds and fog will be present through the weekend, as high pressure high above the ground warms the air at mountain top levels…and traps colder air in the valleys.  The high pressure zone will move ever so … Continue reading »

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