Days Get Gradually Cooler

WEATHER DISCUSSION While all eyes are focused on the promising storm system moving through at the beginning of next week,  keep in mind that temperatures WILL be cooling down before the next cold front.  Highs were already about five degrees cooler Wednesday than they were Tuesday, and that slow cooling trend will continue. Models seem … Continue reading »

Summer-Like Temperatures Return

WEATHER DISCUSSION One more morning of cold temperatures awaits, then highs will be climbing as we head into the weekend.  Wednesday morning, we saw lows as cold as the middle to upper 20′s east of the Cascades, and while it won’t be that cold Thursday morning, temperatures will be low enough for another frost or … Continue reading »

Temps Fall To Freezing In the Basin

WEATHER DISCUSSION The cooler air behind last night’s cold front is no surprise, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be a shock to the system for those that live in the Klamath Basin and parts of northern California.  Lows Wednesday morning will be in the lower 30′s, down to the middle 20′s east of the … Continue reading »

Sunny and Warm Through the Work Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION This weekend’s cold front dropped temperatures down to the 80′s, but highs on Labor Day were much warmer.  Lots of sunshine sent temperatures into the lower 90′s in the Rogue Valley, and even along the coast in Brookings, highs were in the upper 80′s.  Warmer temperatures on the coast were due to the … Continue reading »

The Heat Continues For a Few More Days

WEATHER DISCUSSION Temperatures climbed into the upper 90′s on Tuesday afternoon.  The next couple of afternoons will also be toasty, but relief is in sight.  By the weekend, highs will drop back down into the middle 80′s. A ridge of high pressure has been building over the Pacific Northwest, which has helped afternoon temperatures reach values nearly … Continue reading »

Offshore Winds Warm Up the Coast

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The weather continues to remain inactive this week. An offshore wind weather pattern will set up the next 48 hours keeping coastal communities mild through Tuesday night. Temperatures will easily climb into the 70′s and 80′s here. Unfortunately offshore winds drop the moisture content in the air across inland locations. Between low … Continue reading »

Smoke Still Thick In Siskiyou County

WEATHER DISCUSSION High temperatures were several degrees cooler Friday than Thursday behind a cold front that passed early Friday morning.  We saw mostly sunny skies throughout southern Oregon, but in northern California, smoke impaired visibility in central Siskiyou County.  Air quality in Fort Jones and Etna has been reading in the “very unhealthy” category off … Continue reading »

Bringing Back the Sunshine

WEATHER DISCUSSION A large part of the work week was cloudy and dreary, but that has been changing over the last 24 hours.  The upper level low that brought showers, storms, and cooler temperatures has exited the region to the northeast, and in its place, sunshine has been slowly on the increase. The brief cool down … Continue reading »

Cooling a Bit For Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure has been in control over the past couple of days, and that meant mostly sunny skies for the first half of Thursday.  Throughout the afternoon, clouds started rolling in, and that will continue into the evening.   It’s a sign that the weather pattern is once again shifting, with another low pressure system poised … Continue reading »

Sunny & Warm for your Thursday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Very inactive weather will settle into the West today. Sunny skies and warm temperatures are anticipated through early next week. There will be very few changes from one day to the next under this weather pattern. High temperatures look to be in the mid and upper 80′s for the valleys and low … Continue reading »

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