Unseasonably Warm to Snow By Thursday!

Today we remain in southerly flow from the tropics ushering in unseasonably warm temperatures to all areas before a cold front moves through tomorrow dropping temperatures back to below normal by Thursday. Ahead of the front we’ll see winds increase this afternoon and overnight with the strongest winds in the typically windy places: the coast, … Continue reading »

Rain Today, Snow Midweek!

A warm front today will bring higher snow levels this afternoon and widespread light rain through the day. In the Basin we could see morning freezing rain that could cause slick and dangerous roads at times, black ice has also been reported in Chiloquin this morning. By the afternoon freezing rain will turn to rain … Continue reading »

Mild Fall Forecast

Today will be similar to yesterday with temperatures climbing to 5-10 degrees above normal by the afternoon as we are in the warm sector prior to a cold front that will be changing our weather tomorrow. The front has been sitting offshore for the last couple of days which is the reason only the coast … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow Persist Today

The jetstream is still south of our area bringing in an arctic blast that will continue to bring rain and snow to our area today. Snow levels down to 3,000 feet today, but we’ve already seen snow reach down to lower elevations this morning. Snow possible all day in the Basin as temperatures this afternoon … Continue reading »

A Mixed Bag of Weather

A trough has set up off shore dipping down to central California bringing arctic air to the region, cold enough to bring snow! Snow accumulation on roadways has already been seen this morning and will be impacting roads during this event that will last for the next several days. Roadways being impacted by snow and … Continue reading »

Rain, Wind & Snow

Showers moving into the area already this morning with scattered showers continuing through the day, best chance on the west side of the Cascades. The east side will see winds pick up this afternoon ahead of a cold front that will pass through today, could see gusts up to 25-50 mph along the ridges and … Continue reading »

Fall Weather Pattern

A cold front is making its way through the region this morning and brought some heavy rain last night and early this morning to some areas. Through the morning some post frontal showers are possible and maybe an isolated shower this afternoon. Winds pick up again today with gusts 30-50 mph possible, with the strongest … Continue reading »

End to the Dry Spell

It has been 83 days since a measurable amount of rain has fallen at the Medford airport, that was back on July 20th.  In Grants Pass this is the longest dry spell since 1948; but this trend is about to end.  Rain moves in at the coast today with a few areas inland seeing rain … Continue reading »

Cool, Dry & Windy

Through early next week we’ll see chilly mornings but with abundant sunshine throughout the day we’ll still warm up during the afternoon to above normal for this early in Fall. East of the Cascades temperatures will struggle to get any where close to as warm as we’ve been thanks to the very cold morning starts.  … Continue reading »

Fall Arrives With A Change Of Weather

Today marks the last day of summer as fall starts Saturday at 10:49 am and it sure is going to feel like a change of season!  Temperatures return to seasonable after a 10 day streak of unseasonably warm weather west of the Cascades.  Thursday Klamath Falls tied a record high temperatures of 88 degrees set … Continue reading »

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