Another Front Brings Showers Wednesday

Skies will clear into Wednesday morning, allowing for temperatures to drop quickly through the overnight hours. A frost advisory is in effect for Northern California where morning lows will be in the mid and upper 30′s Wednesday. Across the Klamath Basin temperatures will be below freezing in many locations. These temperatures are below normal and … Continue reading »

Sun & Clouds for your Tuesday

This weekend’s rain & wind event has now wrapped up across the region. Light showers are popping up on the radar along the Coast, but it’s likely all of the rain is not even reaching the ground. The onshore wind is helping to bring cloud cover to the region but mostly dry conditions are expected … Continue reading »

Rain & Wind Event Continues

Rain totals have exceeded 4″ and 5″ in some parts of the Coastline, and 3″ for parts of the Cascades and West Side. Medford has now seen the second wettest September in history, with the rain total for the month roughly 2.36.” The average precipitation value for the month of September is about a half … Continue reading »

Widespread Rain Showers Today

Widespread rain showers are occurring across our region as an upper level disturbance pushes inland today. The cold front itself will move onshore this afternoon, and behind it will come the pool of cold air — some of the coldest we’ve seen this year so far. Showers are expected to increase in coverage today as … Continue reading »

Wet & Cool Weather Begins Today

Our first significant rain event is making its way inland this morning. Cloud cover is already increasing at the Coast and quickly moving east. Showers will begin shortly and become more widespread from west to east through the course of the day. Inland areas can expect rain showers this afternoon, and moderate to heavy rain … Continue reading »

Summer-Like Weather this Week

A blocking pattern, or Rex Block, is sitting over the region. This is a specific position in the jet stream that “blocks” and redirects weather disturbances from making their way into the region. This Rex Block is also the reason an offshore wind is bringing the Chetco Effect to Brookings, with high pressure positioned just … Continue reading »

Warm & Dry Day Ahead

High pressure continues to sit over our region, bringing clear skies to the entire I-5 corridor. A thermal trough has developed to our south and its northern end has moved over Southern Oregon, leading to an offshore wind along the Coastline where temperatures have not dropped below 80 this morning. Sunday afternoon Brookings Airport reached … Continue reading »

Scattered Showers & Iso. T-Storms

An upper level disturbance is moving inland today, bringing a pool of cold air to the higher levels of our atmosphere. This is going to make conditions slightly unstable, and allow for the development of scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms across the viewing area. Most of the thunderstorm activity should be over Southern Oregon, excluding … Continue reading »

Quiet Weather for Inland Areas This Week

Temperatures remain cool over the region, about five to seven degrees below average to be exact, for late August. Gradual warming will be the trend over the next two days. Quiet weather is in place for inland areas, but along the coastline several disturbances will be brushing by bringing a chance for light showers. A … Continue reading »

Increasing Smoke Inland Thursday

A weak front remains just offshore, where most of the cloud cover currently lies as well. Not much will come of this system other than cloud cover. The Coast will be under clouds through the end of the week with light sprinkles possible, but inland areas should continue to see mostly sunny conditions Thursday. Winds … Continue reading »

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