Winter Weather Advisory Tonight

WEATHER DISCUSSION Showers will persist into this evening with snow falling on the east side and a chance for isolated thunderstorms at the coast and over the Siskiyous. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued until 9 Wednesday morning for east Klamath and Lake counties for a trace up to 4 inches of snow tonight. … Continue reading »

Warmer & Dry through the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm and sunny afternoon Friday helped melt snowy and icy roads and sidewalks but overnight tonight temperatures will dip below freezing and without the liquid water evaporating we’ll see slick conditions again by tomorrow morning. This trend will continue the next few days until all the liquid finally evaporates, though road conditions … Continue reading »

Warmer Conditions into Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Last night’s front brought rain and freezing rain to the forecast area, but the system was short lived and showers came to an end just a few hours after they developed. Cloud cover still sits over the region, in addition to a new and much warmer air mass. Temperatures are running between … Continue reading »

A Few Showers Then Warmer!

A weak cold front will bring more clouds to the area on Saturday with even a few showers possible in the afternoon, mainly at the coast, Cascades and east side. Any showers will be relatively light with periods of steady showers over the Cascades at times. Snow levels will be a bit lower tomorrow, down … Continue reading »

A Few Showers Then Warming Up

A cold front will bring showers to the coast today with a few isolated sprinkles possible for west side areas this morning. Spotty showers also possible in the Cascades today with a slight chance for isolated thunderstorms this afternoon, mainly north of Crater Lake. Ahead of this front winds will be breezy with the gusty … 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 »

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 »

Record Breaking Heat By Next Week?!

High pressure over the Midwest is pushing the upper low that brought us the cooler and wetter weather this week off to the north and out of our region. This morning we’ll see some remaining low clouds and isolated light showers at the coast but this afternoon will be significantly warmer with more sunshine. The … Continue reading »

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