Dry and Warm to Start the Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION As expected, the high pressure ridge has pushed its way in and with it comes the dry and warmer weather. This morning was the last of the shower activity. Spotty showers continued in the area until around 2 p.m. Clouds are disappearing from the area and will be replaced by sunshine as we … Continue reading »

Isolated Showers for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION A low pressure system moving onshore near Eureka, CA Friday morning is setting up a southerly flow and will allow for isolated showers to continue through the area for the weekend. Rain will be the biggest factor with this system. However, only small amounts of precipitation are expected as showers will remain light … Continue reading »

Dry and Sunny This Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION This weekend is shaping up to be a dry, yet beautiful weekend. High pressure is sitting over our area causing the clouds and moisture to stay away. Overnight temperatures over the last few days have been very cold. Most areas have seen temperatures at or below freezing. In fact, warnings have been issued … Continue reading »

Dry Weather Over the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure has built into the area and that means that this weekend will be dry with large temperature fluctuations. Temperatures will start off cool along the coast and cold in other areas. Temperatures at and below freezing will cause a FREEZE WARNING to go into effect Saturday morning at 2. The mild … Continue reading »

Freezing Temperatures Overnight

WEATHER DISCUSSION First Day of Spring With the mild winter that we’ve experienced this year, orchards are seeing early blossoms on their fruit trees. Cooler air has moved in to the area and could affect these crops. A lack of cloud coverage and a cold pool of air sitting over our area will combine to … Continue reading »

High Pressure Sticking Around

WEATHER DISCUSSION The ridge of high pressure is still sitting over our area and keeping weather conditions mostly the same. This includes: sunny skies, few clouds, and large temperature fluctuations. Thursday morning started out in the 40′s along the coast, and the further you moved inland, temperatures dropped to the upper 20′s. Then, as temperatures … Continue reading »

From Warm Back to Wet

WEATHER DISCUSSION Today was the warmest day of the year for Medford, Roseburg and Alturas; while it wasn’t the warmest day of the year in Klamath Falls we did tie a record high hitting 66 degrees today. Temperatures for inland areas ran 10 to 15 degrees above average making highs closer to records than normals! … Continue reading »

Another Warm Day Ahead

WEATHER DISCUSSION Another unseasonably warm day on Tuesday with highs 10 to 15 degrees above average for this time of the year making it feel more like Spring than mid-Winter! Spring officially starts on the vernal equinox on March 20, less than a month away. Tuesday will bring highs closer to records than averages though … Continue reading »

Active Weather Returns This Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION After a beautiful, but dry weekend, an active weather pattern will return to the area. The high pressure ridge that has been sitting over us the last few days is starting to break down. This will allow the upper level jet stream to resume a more west-to-east flow pattern. This means that storms … Continue reading »

Front Brings Showers

A cold front will bring increasing clouds today and showers tonight at the coast. As the system moves inland tomorrow it will weaken and push north, but could squeeze out a few showers to Douglas, Josephine and even areas of Jackson county. Medford will see the downslope effect that keeps the surrounding area relatively dry … Continue reading »

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