Thunderstorm Activity Incr. Through Week

Another cut-off low pressure will be the main weather pattern through the week, if you recall a couple weeks ago we saw thunderstorms for over a week with drier storms early in the week and wetter storms later, we’re going to see the same pattern this week. Today the main thunderstorm threat will be in … Continue reading »

Nice Finish to the Weekend

Saturday was a quiet date weather-wise across the viewing area. A weak frontal boundary brought some cloud cover to parts of the Klamath Basin and some light showers to Northern Lake County, but other than this, mostly sunny conditions prevailed. Sunday is shaping up to be very similar. Afternoon highs will be the same, if … Continue reading »

Thunderstorms Back in the Forecast

A weak frontal boundary is stalled over the are this morning bringing a few high clouds inland and a marine layer push at the coast. This system will push inland today knocking temperatures a few degrees from yesterday through tomorrow. With high pressure over the Southwest, flow around that system will filter in more moisture … Continue reading »

Still Warm with Incr. Afternoon Smoke

Another warm, sunny and dry day inland with a frontal boundary bringing clouds and spotty drizzle to the coast. This system will mainly be impacting areas north of us, but a few drops could be squeezed out through the day along the south coast. Besides that, weather today will be similar to yesterday with haze … Continue reading »

Increasing Smoke Inland Thursday

A weak front remains just offshore, where most of the cloud cover currently lies as well. Not much will come of this system other than cloud cover. The Coast will be under clouds through the end of the week with light sprinkles possible, but inland areas should continue to see mostly sunny conditions Thursday. Winds … Continue reading »

Calmer Weather for a Few Days

The next low pressure to influence our region is hanging out off-shore and will stay there today bringing a few clouds this afternoon, but still expect mostly sunny skies today with areas of smoke and haze. With calmer, warm and dry weather for a few days fire and smoke activity will increase and air quality … Continue reading »

Calmer Weather Means Increasing Smoke

High pressure will be building over the Southwest which in the past has lead to a heat wave across western states, but the Pacific Northwest will not be joining in the warm-up this week as a trough will move in this week. This trough will pinch the ridge, keeping it further east along with the … Continue reading »

Calmer Weather Means Increasing Smoke

Starting this week off with better air quality due to the storms over the weekend dropping plenty of rain and providing rising air which helped to lift out a lot of the smoke that was impacting us the last couple of weeks. With calmer weather settling in the smoke will start to increase and air … Continue reading »

Warmer Temperatures To Come

The upper level disturbance that has brought thunderstorms to the region the past week is now lifting north and east. This has significantly reduced cloud cover and warmed temperatures up across Southern Oregon more so than Saturday. The warming trend will continue into the middle of the week. The thunderstorm threat has been extended into … Continue reading »

One Last Day of Showers & Storms

The upper level disturbance that has continued to bring showers and thunderstorms to the region is finally moving inland this evening. By tomorrow, it will start to lift north. This is going to shift the thunderstorm threat eastward, with the greatest chances along the Cascades & in the Klamath Basin. Siskiyou County may also see … Continue reading »

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