Winter Weather Advisory for West Side

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A winter weather advisory has been issued for all counties across the area. For Jackson & Josephine Counties this is above 2,500′ & for Siskiyou County above 3,000.’ Today a storm system will bring rain & snow to the region. Already this morning snow has been falling across the Rogue Valley, even … Continue reading »

Back to Dry & Mild Weather

WEATHER DISCUSSION After an active weather weekend that brought over a foot of snow at Crater Lake, over two inches of rain to areas of the coast and hurricane force wind gusts to the Siskiyous we transition back to mild conditions this week. With sunny skies and warm temperatures in the mountains snow will melt … 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 »

Heavy Rain, Snow & Winds this Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front tapping into tropical moisture will arrive at the coast early Saturday morning, between 2 and 4AM, then push inland. Snow levels ahead of the front will remain high between 6,000 and 7,000 feet but once the front passes in the afternoon snow levels will drop to 3,500′ and down to … Continue reading »

Snow is Ending, then Bitter Cold

WEATHER DISCUSSION The low pressure is shifting south into California tonight with showers lightening up for southern Oregon and the peak of snowfall will end over the next hour for Siskiyou county. Snow showers overnight will be light and isolated with little accumulation through the evening. Siskiyou county, the Cascades and east with see a … Continue reading »

Snow Friday with Travel Impacts

WEATHER DISCUSSION A low pressure located near the Canada Washington border will shift south overnight bringing snow tomorrow to all areas. The coast could see snow as early at 1AM though most areas will hold off a few more hours with accumulation beginning between 7 to 9AM. Valleys will start to see snow between 8AM … Continue reading »

Winter-Like Conditions this Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION A warm front is bringing increased clouds to the region and a few light showers to the coast and Cascades, but the heaviest precipitation will arrive right ahead of the cold front tomorrow. Steady rain will arrive at the coast mainly after midnight with inland areas holding off until early Monday morning. Snow … Continue reading »

Drastic Change in the Weather Ahead

WEATHER DISCUSSION Wednesday evening at 6:30 Alyssa and I will be taking an in depth look at the extended winter forecast! Hope you join us! High pressure remains in control of the area which means air quality may become a concern as we approach the end of the week for low-lying areas. An Air Stagnation … Continue reading »

Snow Tonight Above 3,000′

WEATHER DISCUSSION A strong front is moving into northern Oregon at this time bringing rain, snow, wind and lowering snow levels. This system will hit the coast to the Cascades north of Crater Lake between 10 and midnight with rain and snow moving south overnight into tomorrow morning. The heaviest rain and snow will fall … Continue reading »

Taste of Winter this Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak disturbance is moving through our area currently bringing isolated light showers to the area that will continue into tonight. Fog returns tomorrow morning and may be dense at times. Once the fog clears some areas will see periods of sunshine early in the afternoon before a potent cold front bringing increasing … Continue reading »

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