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 »

Turning More Spring-like

Thanks to cloud cover temperatures did not dip to that critical value to cause crop damage and overnight temperatures through the week will not be near freezing. The afternoon highs will be back to at or above normal for the rest of the workweek with the west side valleys back in the mid-60s and low-70s … Continue reading »

Sunshine Then Spring Storms

With high pressure remaining in the region for one more day we’ll see mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies across the region today with some areas of early morning fog in the low lying areas and coast. Temperatures this afternoon will be even warmer than yesterday with highs ten to fifteen degrees above normal for … Continue reading »

Dry & Warm Then Wet Weather Returns

Today and tomorrow will likely be the only dry days for the rest of the week but not only that, warm too! Temperatures will warm about five to ten degrees above normal for the start of Spring across the region. With moisture lingering around we could some valley fog the next couple of mornings but … Continue reading »

Showers Then Sun Then Another Storm

The low pressure that has brought us rain and thunderstorms since last Saturday will finally push east today but one last round of moderate to heavy rain is possible through the morning then will become more showery and isolated this afternoon. This wetting rain we’ve seen since late Saturday helped to end the driest year … Continue reading »

Showers Continue As Temperatures Climb

A weak low pressure will move through our region today bringing isolated showers through the morning turning to more widespread showers this afternoon and breezy conditions this evening east of the Cascades and in Siskiyou county. Tomorrow we’ll continue to see showers, mainly in the afternoon, and they will be even lighter than today and … Continue reading »

Warm With Spring Showers

Several disturbances will bring a chance for showers all week with the most numerous showers likely along and near the Cascade and Siskiyou mountains. This weather pattern is difficult to pin-down when and where the showers will fall because we aren’t dealing with well defined frontal systems, but rather disturbances. The first moved through overnight … Continue reading »

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