Heavy Rain Moves into Coast Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain will continue today across much of the Pacific Northwest. A warm front is due to arrive by late morning bringing moderate to heavy rainfall into early afternoon, by about 1 o’clock, to the coastline. By late afternoon, the front will travel inland bringing moderate to heavy precipitation to the Cascades. Jackson … Continue reading »

Rain and Snow to Continue

WEATHER DISCUSSION Earth Day A slight “break” in precipitation today has created the gap between two sets of storms that has and will be moving in to the region. Last night came the first round with a very strong cold front moving onto the coast. Cooler air was rushed in and allowed for our high … Continue reading »

Rain, Wind, and Snow In the Forecast

WEATHER DISCUSSION There is a lot going on this week as far as weather is concerned. Rain, wind, and snow are in the forecast. This active weather pattern will last through the week and could even stretch into the weekend. First, we’ll start with the wind. A WIND ADVISORY is in effect for the Shasta … Continue reading »

Transition Starts Tomorrow

WEATHER DISCUSSION Happy Easter Sunday! After the beautiful sunny weather seen during the weekend, active weather is on tap for the week. Rain, wind, and snow are all expected with a series of storms moving in. The high pressure ridge is finally breaking down and off the coast a very well defined, deep trough is … Continue reading »

Rain, Wind, and Snow to Start the Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION Short Term: This week will start off with another pesky storm system that will move through and bring rain, wind, and snow to our forecast area. The good news is that this active weather pattern is bringing much needed rain and snow to the dry areas; but with this change in weather conditions … Continue reading »

Spotty Showers Over the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION The much needed active weather pattern is long underway and we will continue to see rain and snow with it. This weekend will be a relative break, however, with only isolated showers activity. Spotty clusters of showers are all that’s left of the cold front that pushed through our area on Friday. These … Continue reading »

Isolated Thunderstorms Saturday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front will bring rain, snow and wind to the area through tonight that will be heavy at times. Snow levels will drop to 4,000 feet late tonight and travel will be impacted above this especially along highways 66, 140, 62 and 138 above 4,000 feet. A Winter Weather Advisory is … Continue reading »

Heaviest Rain Yet to Come

WEATHER DISCUSSION Showers will persist tonight with a chance for isolated thunderstorms; after midnight shower activity will become more light and isolated and the thunderstorm threat will diminish. Thursday will bring mainly isolated shower activity for inland areas with scattered showers at the coast and Cascades. Snow levels will drop to 3,500 feet by Thursday … Continue reading »

Another Round of Rain Wednesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Another cold front will bring another round of rain Wednesday morning with the heaviest rain falling along the coast and coastal mountains, the Mt Shasta area and Cascades. Snow levels will start around 4,000 feet Wednesday then drop to 3,500′ Wednesday night and potentially down to 3,000′ at times and this could cause … Continue reading »

Rain, Snow & Wind on the Way This Week

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Today will be the last quiet and spring-like day for quite some time. Rain, snow and wind are all on the way as the Pacific Northwest transition back to a very active weather pattern. Temperatures will start off cool Monday morning, but afternoon highs will warm up nicely for the afternoon. High … Continue reading »

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