Rain & Winter Weather On The Way

WEATHER DISCUSSION Just offshore sits the next storm system.  We have been seeing increasing cloud cover Wednesday afternoon and evening, and later tonight, we will see rain showers moving inland.  Previously, a winter storm watch was in effect for northern Klamath and Lake Counties.  That has since been upgraded to a winter storm warning.  Also, … Continue reading »

Winter Weather, Frost & Highs Near 90

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain showers will be ongoing today …although they will be light and scattered. Most of the showers that do develop will be along and west of the Cascades. Siskiyou County will be mostly dry with partly cloudy skies through Friday. Temperatures are going to stay cool today and tomorrow. In fact, even … Continue reading »

Quiet Today & Warmer

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A winter weather advisory will remain in effect for Eastern Klamath & for Lake County through 9am this morning. 2″-4″ is possible throughout the morning. Aside from this, it will be a quiet day across the region with gradually clearing skies. Fog is likely in Northern Josephine County & Southern Douglas. Thursday … Continue reading »

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 »

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 »

Heavy Snow Continues for the Mountains

The snow continued to fall in the higher elevations through Friday. Snow totals have reached 2’+ in Northern California, and with the approaching front these totals will only rise through the weekend! Snow levels will rise as well this evening and into Saturday to about 2,000′-2,500′, so most precipitation for the weekend in the Rogue Valley … Continue reading »