Business Helps Those Impacted By Weather

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — After freezing pipes shut down the Powderhorn cafe for a few days, owner Tina Gotchall was glad to be back in business Tuesday morning. She said this is the worst storm she can remember in the 27 years of her restaurant. “About, oh, 11 o’clock, we had a full dining room … Continue reading »

Snow Levels Down to Valley Floor Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain and snow is now moving in from the North this morning — this is the onset of an arctic front that will move through Southern Oregon today. Snow will be ongoing through this evening at Crater Lake and Diamond Lake. With cold air settling in behind this front, dropping snow levels … Continue reading »

Snow Expected over the Passes Tonight

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Clouds will increase from north to south today over the region. A cold air mass is about to move in this evening, bringing valley rain and mountain snow through Saturday morning, although snow showers will be ongoing through Saturday in the Cascades. Friday will start off mostly clear over most locations, with … Continue reading »

Showers Overnight, Partly Sunny Tomorrow

A disturbance brought showers to our region this afternoon. For a period of time rain was falling over much of Jackson County and snow was coming down in the Cascades. Most of the showers have dwindled down at this point and have become very isolated. The storm is pretty much wrapping up, however I have … Continue reading »

Winter Storm Expected Friday Evening

ASHLAND, Ore. — There is a significant winter storm moving into the area this evening. Snow is expected to fall in Ashland tonight. City of Ashland officials are getting equipment ready to go. Crews have about three snow plow and sanding trucks ready to head out, with a fourth one as back-up. They say they’re … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow on the Way

Conditions will remain dry through the evening and into the first half of Presidents’ Day. As Monday evening nears, cloud cover will increase and winds will pick up ahead of the next storm system. Snow levels are going to drop quite a bit with a much colder air mass moving into the higher elevations. The … Continue reading »

Weather Service Testing Simplified Alert

MEDFORD, Ore. — Winter weather watches, warnings, advisories all carry a different meaning with them but the National Weather Service is testing a new system that would clear up any confusion with the terms. Medford is one of 26 locations nation wide and one of only six in the west to test the new system. … Continue reading »

Another System Heads Our Way

Here we go, yet again! Another dangerous storm causing many problems on the roadways and for holiday travelers this weekend will approach our area this evening. Conditions will begin to deteriorate in Northern California shortly after midnight and then Southern Oregon not too long after that. The Mt. Shasta City area will continue to get … 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 »

More Snow for the Rogue Valley

Thursday’s cold front has now moved further inland. Winds have died down along the coast, and will continue to die down through the Rogue Valley and then the Basin as it progresses eastward this evening. Showery precipitation is expected through the overnight hours. Once again, we are looking at rain showers along the coast and … Continue reading »

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