Rain & Snow on the Way Beginning Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Today will be the last day of quiet weather before moisture begins streaming in from our south and west. Beginning late tonight light & scattered snow showers will start to develop over the Cascades and into the Klamath Basin. Early Thursday morning, spotty showers will also move into the Coast and West … Continue reading »

Critical Fire WX Conditions Over Area

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The red flag warning over the area will remain in place through lunchtime. Winds are breezy not only in the higher elevations, but in the valleys as well. Humidities are in the 20′s and 30′s — indicating very dry air from the Southern Oregon Cascades to the Coast, also over Siskiyou County. … Continue reading »

Fog Across Valley, Sunny Elsewhere

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues to sit over the West. This is bringing very little changes to the forecast from day to day. The dense fog is ongoing across the West Side & Northern Siskiyou County but elsewhere it has eased up since last week. A freezing fog advisory is in place through 10am … Continue reading »

Warm at Coast, Fog & Clouds Inland

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A dense fog advisory is in place for all counties other than Lake this morning. This includes the Southern Oregon Cascades as well & will expire at 10am. Even Ashland has visbilities down to 0. The fog and clouds will be tough to break today and if you didn’t see sun yesterday, … Continue reading »

AM Clouds/Fog, PM Sun

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure is still in firm control of our weather and this is not going to change in the foreseeable future. That means dry conditions will be ongoing and the drought, more and more of a problem. If things don’t turn around soon this winter, this next fire season may lead to … Continue reading »

Quiet & Dry Conditions Continue

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues to be the dominant weather feature over our area. This is also keeping the cloud deck over the West Side, preventing temperatures from warming & also preventing fog from forming in the valleys. On the East Side though, temperatures are running much cooler than yesterday and fog has formed … Continue reading »

Coastal Showers, Spreading Inland Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Today marks the beginning of an active weather pattern for our region. The first front of many this week, will move inland this afternoon. Showers will be likely at the Coast into the afternoon & will gradually spread inland through the afternoon. Shower activity is expected to continue for all areas into … Continue reading »

Cold Mornings & Wet Weather To Come

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues to bring quiet weather to our region. Clear skies from Saturday afternoon are going to allow for a cold night to unfold for inland areas. Morning lows will be in the single digits & low teens in the Klamath Basin Sunday, with wind chills near and below 0. On … Continue reading »

Areas of Fog & Mild Afternoons

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front draped across the Northwest is continuing to travel southbound. This is bringing isolated showers to the northern fringes of the forecast area, but the very few showers that remain are quickly falling apart. Dry conditions will build in for the remainder of the day and also for the weekend. … Continue reading »

Less Fog Today, More Sun

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain and freezing rain showers were developing across the forecast area this morning. At this time, they have either dissipated or moved off to our south and east. Cloud cover still sits over the region but it will continue to clear through the course of the morning. Fog is not nearly … Continue reading »

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