Rain, Wind & Snow for Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain and snow showers will develop today as moisture continues to stream into the Northwest. Winds will also stay high throughout much of Thursday, dying down tonight. Lightning has been reported in Curry County earlier this morning and along the Coos County coast as well. Isolated thunderstorms are in the forecast for … Continue reading »

Increasing Rain & Wind for Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Several fronts will move through Southern Oregon within the next 48 hours. This will bring scattered to widespread rain to all locations both Wednesday & Thursday. Temperatures are running very mild this morning, similar to where they normally would be for afternoon highs — and with winds out of the South, snow … Continue reading »

Next Round of Rain Begins Wednesday

WEATHER DISCUSSION We did start off with cloudy skies Tuesday and even some mountain fog. However, when the sun warmed the temperatures, the clouds lifted to produce sunny skies. Temperatures were high again today and got above seasonal average. Normally we see 50′s in the valley and at the coast and 40′s in the Basin … Continue reading »

More Rain Coming Up

WEATHER DISCUSSION Light rain is what most areas saw Monday as a weak cold front pushed onshore. This activity will pick up a bit into Monday night. As we get into the overnight hours the rain will begin to decrease. We have a little bit of high pressure that will move into the area on … Continue reading »

Rain and Wind This Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain will be the main concern starting tonight and lasting throughout much of the week. A large plume of Pacific moisture stretches from the International Date Line to the coast. Isolated shower activity is expected throughout most of the day today, however, the rain will pick up this evening. Throughout the next 48 … Continue reading »

Active Weather Pattern Upcoming

WEATHER DISCUSSION Today a very well developed low pressure system moved its way southwest towards the South California coast. This storm caused mass flooding, land slides, and tornadoes across much of middle and southern California. The south coast recieved almost a year’s worth of precipitation in only a matter of days. The pressure at the … Continue reading »

Break Tonight then More Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION Showers taper off tonight and clouds will clear into the overnight hours only to quickly return as will the showers. The majority of the precipitation will be in northern California with peak storm activity further south in southern California. Southern Oregon will be on the northern fringe of shower activity and most will … Continue reading »

North of Main Action this Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION The bulk of the rain today was well to our south in central California though we picked up a few hundredths to a few tenths of rain at the coast and Siskiyou county, while most other areas were fairly dry. While shower activity is going to pick up tonight, rain totals will not … Continue reading »

From Warm Back to Wet

WEATHER DISCUSSION Today was the warmest day of the year for Medford, Roseburg and Alturas; while it wasn’t the warmest day of the year in Klamath Falls we did tie a record high hitting 66 degrees today. Temperatures for inland areas ran 10 to 15 degrees above average making highs closer to records than normals! … Continue reading »

Eugene Prepares for High Winds

EUGENE, Ore. — The mess from Saturday’s ice storm is far from cleaned up as homes are still left in the dark and residents are still shaken up from the storm. “It was really the most scared I’ve been in like ten years. They hit our power line, we probably had maybe six hours of … Continue reading »

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