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 »

Impressive Storm on the Way

WEATHER DISCUSSION Monday will be the end of the long dry period we’ve seen over the last week. Clouds will start to build in as a very impressive, well defined storm system works its way in. A series of cold front will pass with this storm and will bring much needed rain and even snow … 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 »

Fast-Moving Storm Overnight

WEATHER DISCUSSION After a weekend of dry, sunny weather, a low pressure storm system will move into our area late tonight. This system will be very quick-moving, but will drop rain and snow. The timing of the heaviest rain with this system will be from around 8 p.m. Sunday to 5 a.m.  Monday. Areas that … Continue reading »

A Wet Start to St. Patrick’s Day

WEATHER DISCUSSION The ridge of high pressure that we’ve been under starting last week is finally starting to break down as a low pressure storm system moves in from the Northwest. A cold front associated with this system will usher in rains, snow and winds. Sunday will be the last day of dry weather before … Continue reading »

High Pressure Brings Dry Weather

WEATHER DISCUSSION A dominant ridge of high pressure has settled in to our area after the weekend of active weather. High pressure acts to keep clouds from forming, therefore, precipitation doesn’t get a chance to form. With the lack of cloud coverage, temperatures have a chance to fluctuate more than normal. When clouds are not … Continue reading »

Slow-Moving Storm Dropping Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION The storm that has been affecting our area since Saturday is sticking around a bit longer and dropping some much needed rain. A cold front that moved into our area last night stalled and is causing the rain to hang around. This storm is also caught in a south-to-north upper-level jet stream pattern. … Continue reading »

Rain and Winds Increase on Sunday

WEATHER DISCUSSION After a few days of dry, sunny weather, another storm system is approaching the coast. This upper level low will push a series of fronts into our area that will increase the rain and the potential for winds. Rain will start in Coos and Curry Counties as well as parts of western Josephine … Continue reading »

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