Smoky & very warm across the region.
Very warm, dry and smoky weather will continue for our region through the rest of the week. No signs of rain through at least the middle of next week.
Wednesday, September 30 morning weather
Smoke and haze will continue to become more widespread for our region. Wednesday will be hot and dry with most inland areas getting into the 80s and 90s.
MEDFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT RESPONDS AFTER EXPLICIT 'ZOOM BOMBING'
Tuesday, September 29 morning weather. Smoke will enter the area today with hot temperatures too.
Possible housing solutions after wildfires
Staying hot and dry this week with the return of smoke and haze across Southern Oregon and Northern California.
The start of today was eerily reminiscent of the start of the Almeda Fire and those connections weren't lost on locals.
RED FLAG WARNINGS remain in effect throughout the day across much of the region due to gusty winds and very dry conditions.
Monday, September 28 morning weather
Sunday, September 27 evening weather. Hot and windy conditions will be in place on Monday.
Sunday, September 27 morning weather. Warm and breezy conditions will be in place today.
Audio from 911 dispatchers and first responders tell a harrowing story of the first few hours fighting the Almeda Fire.
Saturday, September 26 evening weather. Hot and dry conditions will develop over the next few days
Saturday, September 26 morning weather. Partly cloudy and dry conditions will be in place this afternoon.
Cool and damp into tomorrow morning. Clouds will linger keeping highs on your Saturday below normal. Sunday will be brighter and warmer with dry weather into next week.
First responders tell the Almeda Fire story
With water running at near maximum capacity all day as crews tried to fight the flames, fire crews couldn't get water from fire hydrants late Tuesday night.
The Expo has served as an evacuee shelter since the Almeda Fire began on September 8. That will continue, but other services have moved to the 'MARC.'
Shawna Huggins of Phoenix, Oregon, talks about the loss of community after the Almeda Fire.
Clouds, gusty winds, and a few light rain showers will stick around for the afternoon.
Friday, September 25 morning weather
Happy Camp Hero
New multi-agency resource center opened in Medford
Another storm system will bring the chance for more showers mainly along and west of the Cascades tomorrow into Saturday. We'll also keep these cooler temperatures for a couple more days before hotter weather arrives next week.
Though evacuations in Happy Camp have been lifted, officials say there are many hazards left behind.
Clouds and showers will continue to move out, but temperatures will remain cool into the afternoon.
Thursday, September 24 morning weather
LCC K9 MINISTRY SENDS COMFORT DOGS TO JACKSON COUNTY
Rain arrives tonight for areas along and west of the Cascades. A few showers are possible for eastside areas into tomorrow morning. Expect gusty winds to relax overnight.
Winds will become strong this afternoon out of the west and southwest ahead of rain chances this evening and tonight.
Wednesday, September 23 morning weather
Pear harvest impacts from Almeda Fire
Windy across the region tomorrow with inland smoke and haze. Rain arrives to the coast in the afternoon and will spread to some inland areas tomorrow night.
The fire department lost a station and has suffered substantial damage because of the Almeda Fire.
Phoenix Mayor Chris Luz organized a volunteer task force to help Phoenix residents register for FEMA Disaster Aid at the Phoenix Civic Center.
We'll stay mild and a bit breezy for your afternoon.
Tuesday, September 22 morning weather
Apartment complex saved from Almeda Drive Fire
The Governor visited leveled areas of Talent before going on to meet firefighters and law enforcement officers who were part of the Almeda Fire response.
Sign up for disaster relief at DisasterAssistance.gov or call 1-800-621-3362.
Medford Police have issued a 24-hour notice to people who have come to camp in Hawthorne Park since the Almeda Fire caused closures on the Bear Creek Greenway.
Seasonal and smoky for many of us as we welcome fall tomorrow. However, a storm system will crank up the winds and bring rain to parts of our region later Wednesday into Thursday.
Haze and smoke will increase this afternoon with mild fall-like temperatures.
The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team and Samaritan's Purse are helping those suffering in the wake of devastating fires.
Monday, September 21 morning weather
Sunday, September 20 evening weather. Rain showers are possible later this week.
Sunday, September 20 morning weather. Sunny skies will be in place today.
Families return to Talent to find homes completely destroyed.
Data is updated nightly.
Data is updated nightly.
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