Brief Break then Even More Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION The main story today was in northern and central California where a tropical moisture plume brought significant rain to the region. While the heaviest rain fell south of Siskiyou county Mt. Shasta picked up .31 inches of rain today and further south in McCloud they saw over 1 inch of rain! Since the … Continue reading »

Snow & Wind Continue Tonight

WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front passed through this morning and snow levels have dropped close to 4,000 feet and will continue to drop to 3,000 feet by Sunday morning. We saw thunderstorms at the coast and as far inland as O’Brien with heavy rain falling. Rain, snow and wind will all ease overnight but shower … Continue reading »

Potent Storm Arrives Overnight Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front has brought showers today with activity decreasing across the region at this time. Isolated showers will continue tonight with snow levels between 5,000 and 5,500 feet climbing Friday up to 6,000 feet. Friday will bring another warm front and showers mainly at the coast and Cascades though shower activity will … Continue reading »

Rain, Showers then Heavy Rain

WEATHER DISCUSSION The most potent cold front of the week so far is bringing widespread rain to the area currently and rain will increase through the evening. Showers will begin tapering off by Thursday morning with only the coast and Cascades seeing the chance for showers all day. By Thursday afternoon the Cascade passes could … Continue reading »

Rain Showers Move in Later Today

  WEATHER DISCUSSION An area of low pressure and trailing front will move eastward today. This will bring rain showers to the Coast around lunchtime, and rain into this evening. Inland, the showers will not begin until late afternoon. With the rain will come the winds — a high wind warning is currently in place … Continue reading »

Potent Storm Moving in Tomorrow

Severe weather has again moved through the heart of our country, bringing devastation to another town near Oklahoma City, OK. This time, it was the densely populated suburb of Moore, a city that has seen weather of this nature before. In 1999 an EF-5 tornado struck the town, with wind speeds in excess of 200mph. … Continue reading »

Sunny & Warm for Your Friday!

Temperatures Thursday afternoon were very similar to Wednesday for all areas other than the Coast. Brookings had temperatures 30 degrees cooler than yesterday due to the wind shift and resulting cloud cover. The marine layer will push further inland into the weekend but sunny skies will remain over the valleys and Basin through Saturday. A … Continue reading »

Not as Cold Tonight but Still Frosty

Winds are currently out of the north, still bringing in some cooler air but slowly winds will shift and high pressure will then build into our region. Temperatures Wednesday afternoon were several degrees below average. Thursday afternoon, will be several degrees above average for the first time in a week or so. It will be … Continue reading »

Turning More Spring-like

Thanks to cloud cover temperatures did not dip to that critical value to cause crop damage and overnight temperatures through the week will not be near freezing. The afternoon highs will be back to at or above normal for the rest of the workweek with the west side valleys back in the mid-60s and low-70s … Continue reading »

Snow Falling Above 2,500′ Tonight

Rain & snow are currently falling over the viewing area. I’ve had reports of snow in Klamath Falls, a rain/snow mix in both O’Brien & Prospect, and also sleet near Glendale. Last nights cold front brought in some cooler air, but an even cooler air mass is moving in and quickly dropping snow levels. This … Continue reading »

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