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  • Fire Danger Upped To Extreme

    WEATHER DISCUSSION It’s not new news that this July has been a particularly hot one.  In fact, half of the days so far this month have breached the one hundred degree mark.  Temperatures were hot again this afternoon, but just below 100 in Medford.  Locations elsewhere, like Montague, did see highs in the triple digits. Today was actually … Continue reading »

  • Fire Danger Level Increasing to Extreme

    MEDFORD, Ore. — Fire Danger will be increasing to Extreme Starting at Midnight July 19.  This impacts land protected by the Oregon Department of Forestry in southwest Oregon. ODF says “a long period of temperatures hovering around 100 degrees has cooked southwest Oregon vegetation into a tinder-dry condition. ” The Industrial Fire Precaution Level (IFPL) … Continue reading »

  • Light & Isolated Showers Later Today

      WEATHER DISCUSSION The fire danger level in Jackson & Josephine Counties has climbed to high today. You can find a list of the new restrictions here. A weather disturbance to our north and west will bring light and scattered showers to Southern Oregon later today. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny. These showers … Continue reading »

  • Late Season Frost in the Basin

    WEATHER DISCUSSION After a brutal few weeks with temperatures nearing records, we have centered ourselves in a weather pattern that is promoting cooler, yet comfortable afternoon temperatures. A series of cold front moved through at the beginning of the weekend and brought with it a cool air mass that dropped our afternoon temperatures by 5-20 … Continue reading »

  • A Break From the Heat

    WEATHER DISCUSSION We’ve been keeping an eye on an area of low pressure centered off the coast of Washington.  While high pressure has been in control over the past several days, the center of the ridge will shift towards the east, allowing the low to takes its place.  This next storm will bring temperatures 10 … Continue reading »

  • Fire Danger Level Climbs to High Monday

    MEDFORD, Ore. — On Monday, June 16th the fire danger level will increase to high for Oregon Department of Forestry-protected land in Jackson and Josephine Counties. The industrial fire precuation level will remain at level one. Restrictions include no debris burning, no fireworks and no exploding targets with a phyrotechnic charge in it’s base. Campfires will … Continue reading »

  • Fire Season Officially Starts Monday

    CENTRAL POINT, Ore.– Starting Monday at 12:01 a.m., wildfire season will officially begin for Jackson, Josephine, Klamath and Lake Counties. Declaring fire season means putting restrictions on debris burning. It also prohibits the use of fireworks, release of sky lanterns, the discharge of exploding targets, and the discharge of tracer ammunition. Fire officials say these prevention … Continue reading »

  • Fire Season Ends Tuesday

    Several days of rain across the southwest Oregon region has brought fire season to an end beginning at midnight on Oregon Department of Forestry-protected lands in Jackson and Josephine counties. The fire danger level drops to “low” (green) and all public and industrial fire prevention regulations will be lifted. It was a busy summer for … Continue reading »

  • Rain Reduces Fire Danger Level to ‘High’

    The recent rains have lead the Oregon Department of Forestry to reduce the fire danger level to ‘High’ (yellow) Thursday  in Jackson and Josephine Counties. Chain saws and other power-driven equipment may be used until 1:00 p.m.  The Industrial Fire Precaution Level is now at 1. Below are the fire prevention regulations that are now … Continue reading »

  • Forest Fire Update for August 17, 2013

    Information below provided by the Oregon Department of Forestry. Douglas Complex The Douglas Complex is now 72 percent contained and has burned 46,932 acres to date. The complex is approximately seven miles north of Glendale in Douglas and Josephine counties on a mix of BLM and private forestlands protected by the Douglas Forest Protective Association. … Continue reading »

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