Rain Into the Weekend

The cold front and associated rain and wind are moving through the area right now and already dumped over an inch of rain in the coast range! Another disturbance will move through tonight but won’t dump as much rain as this cold front, but there is the potential for moderate to heavy rainfall, mainly at … Continue reading »

Cooler & Calmer Weather

The cut-off low that brought us thunderstorms yesterday has pushed north out of the area and today will be a much calmer weather day with unseasonably cool temperatures. Over the weekend a cold front will push through and a trough will settle over the Pacific Northwest, this will act to keep temperatures 5 to 10 … Continue reading »

Cooler Start to the Work Week

A cold front will dip south this morning bringing a chance for light showers for our northern reaches including Douglas and Coos county, mainly north of the Umpqua Divide.  This front will mainly bring more clouds to areas farther south and breezy to gusty winds. Along and east of the Cascades will be the windiest … Continue reading »

Coldest Night of the Season Ahead

The clouds that stuck around overnight really helped areas in the valleys from not dipping to critical crop damage valleys, but some regions were close. High pressure will be building in tonight and that will act to clear out more clouds tonight and thus temperatures will drop to the coldest of the season so far. … Continue reading »

Unseasonably Cold & Showery

A trough is sitting over our area with a cold-core low bringing in the chance for showers today, and since temperatures aloft will be so cold we’ll see the potential for thunderstorms this afternoon, locally heavy showers at times, and some showers may produce small hail and graupel. Temperatures this afternoon still about ten to … Continue reading »