Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

There's a lot going on with our current weather pattern, but everything remains on track.



Forecast

  • Today:  Sunny skies remain, and temperatures continue rising. The upper 100’s will be felt for west side valley areas and the HEAT ADVISORY continues. Upper 80’s to the 100’s will be the case for the east, Cascades, and Northern California. The Chetco Effect will not be as strong today, so Brookings will only reach the upper 70’s. Winds: Variable 5-10 mph with gusts to 15.
  • Tonight:  Mild to warm temperatures overnight will leave little relief from the heat. The HEAT ADVISORY continues for western valleys overnight.
  • Tomorrow:  Temperatures tomorrow will be about where they are today. Very hot temperatures for inland locations. The HEAT ADVISORY continues for river valleys west of the Cascades. The Chetco Effect will be weak, warming Brookings up to the mid-70’s.
Coastal 7-day
Rogue Valley 7-day
Mountains 7-day
Klamath Basin 7-day
Northern California 7-day
Interactive Radar
Regional Temperatures
Fire Danger Level

Weather Discussion

StormWatch 12 Forecast

There's a lot going on with our current weather pattern, but everything remains on track.

Ask the Meteorologist

Do You Have a Weather Question?

Submit your weather question to weather@kdrv.com for a chance to have it answered by one of our meteorologists on-air! If your question is featured, you'll receive a ten dollar Grange Co-op Gift Card. Please include your name, contact information, and school with your submission.

Lightning: Positive vs. Negative

Thunderstorms produce two types of lightning, when talking about electric charge. In today's "Ask the Meteorologist" we break down the difference between the two.

Positive vs. Negative Lightning

Most lightning strikes are negatively charged, but sometimes we see positively charged strikes as well. In this Ask the Meteorologist, we explain why positive strikes occur.

Sun Halos

When thin, high clouds are present, a ring sometimes appears around the sun. Why?

Wind

We feel the wind almost every single day; but what causes it? Find out in Today's "Ask the Meteorologist!"