Flirting with the 70′s Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Southerly winds are bringing in very warm air to the region. High temperatures today will be flirting with the 70′s west of the Cascades — in fact, Grants Pass has a forecasted high of 70 this afternoon. Although we are starting off cooler this morning, highs will be warmer across much of … Continue reading »

Quiet but Mild Start to the Work Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION This next work week is getting off to a quiet & mild start. Cloud cover is preventing our temperatures from dropping this morning and for the afternoon, highs will be climbing well into the 60′s west of the Cascades & the upper 50′s for the East Side. Showers were developing overnight but … Continue reading »

Dry & Mild Weather into the Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure will remain in control of our weather throughout the weekend. This will bring plenty of sun and also mild temperatures for much of the region. For West Side Valleys, high temperatures are going to be in the lower 60′s Saturday & Sunday. Beginning the second half of Sunday, clouds will … Continue reading »

Quiet Weather into the Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A weather system off to our north today will bring clouds into much of the region and very spotty showers to the Coast & Cascades. Snow levels are starting off around 3,000′ and will rise to about 4,000′ this afternoon. Given the recent rain and snow, its likely many of the roads … Continue reading »

Isolated Showers Today, Dry for Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Temperatures are getting off to a much cooler start this morning. This is following the rain & snow that fell last night, leading to slick & icy roads across the area — leave extra time for your commute. Tripcheck is reporting 3″ of new snowfall on the side of Siskiyou Summit & … Continue reading »

More Showers Wednesday

METEOROLOGIST MARISA WOLOSZYN’S FORECAST DISCUSSION: Rain showers continue Tuesday night for areas below 2,500 feet. Snow showers will continue above 2,500 feet with 6-12″ of new snow above 5,000 feet. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 9 a.m. for mountain areas above 5,000 feet. Winds have also picked up with this storm, especially … Continue reading »

Valley Rain & Mountain Snow Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain showers have been developing this morning along the Coast and these showers are gradually making their way inland through Douglas County & Northern Jackson where they then run into the Cascades and turn to snow. Showers through much of today will mostly be at the Coast and along the Cascades, ahead … Continue reading »

Rain, Snow and Breezy Tuesday

METEOROLOGIST MARISA WOLOSZYN’S FORECAST DISCUSSION: Showers and sunbreaks Monday for most. Breezy conditions as well along the coast and into the Klamath Basin. Isolated rain showers will continue Monday night and into Tuesday morning. Showers will steadily increase around lunchtime Tuesday as another storm moves through. This storm could bring around 2″ of rain to … Continue reading »

Spotty Showers Today, More Tomorrow

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A front moving through the Pacific Northwest this afternoon will bring rain & snow showers along & west of the Cascades today. Snow levels will start off around 4,000′ and rise to about 5,000′ this afternoon depending on your location. This will be snow showers for Crater Lake & Diamond Lake ..also … Continue reading »

Flood Advisory for Jackson County

  WEATHER DISCUSSION **UPDATED 2/14** — The flood watch over much of the area has been upgraded to a flood advisory through tomorrow morning at the Coast & 9 o’clock tonight for inland areas. This includes all of the Coast, all of Jackson & Josephine Counties, all of Siskiyou County, the Cascades & Western Klamath … Continue reading »

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