Mt. Ashland Reveals Ski Survey Results

ASHLAND, Ore. — Mount Ashland is revealing the results of its recent ski survey. The survey had 1,200 responses telling mountain management what they want to see over the next 50 years. Some want to see longer runs and faster lifts. Others focused inside the lodge, calling for better food, a bigger bar and more lodging. … Continue reading »

Kicking Off October Sunny and Dry

Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: It’s beginning to look a lot like….fall….everywhere you look! A trough of low pressure remains over the Pacific Northwest along with a very chilly air mass. Western Oregon is seeing a combination of morning fog, sun breaks and isolated showers. We’ll continue to see isolated showers through the evening, although … Continue reading »

Fall Start, Summer Finish For The Week

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Fall returned today with some showers as a cold front has been moving through this afternoon. We’ll see some additional showers overnight tonight and stay cloudy overall, lows tonight will fall into the upper 40s to low 50s. Tuesday is looking like a true Oregon fall day: Mostly … Continue reading »

Burn to Cause Smoky Conditions

EUGENE, Ore. – People should expect smoky conditions near Mount Pisgah in the next few days. Lane County will be conducting a prescribed burn at the Howard Buford Area and the Nature Conservency’s Willamette Preserve Monday. During the burn the north trailhead of trails 3 and 7 will be closed, but the other trails won’t … Continue reading »

September Wraps with Typical Fall Week

Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: After a mostly sunny and relatively warm weekend, the showers are returning today. A small cold front will move through western Oregon tonight. This will mean increasing clouds this afternoon, showers after lunch time at the Coast and in the later afternoon in the Valley. Highs will stay in the … Continue reading »

Showers Return Monday, Warm Up After

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A long cold front attached to a storm centered in the Gulf of Alaska will swing through Monday afternoon. Showers will start along the coast around 12 noon, and then inland around 2 p.m. The front will move east of the Cascades by late Monday evening, but post-frontal moisture will … Continue reading »

Staying Dry Sunday

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Sunday will start off cloudy, along with some patchy fog developing in the inland valleys. Mostly sunny skies will return by the late morning. High temperatures will be in the mid 70s inland and mid 60s along the coast. Another storm will swing through late Monday afternoon. Expect scattered showers … Continue reading »

Sunny Return For The Weekend

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Heading into the weekend, we’ll see a nice little bump of high pressure bringing up the temperatures into the mid 70s and turning off the showers for both Saturday and Sunday. There’s a slight chance for some pop up thunderstorms in the mountains both days as the trough … Continue reading »

Dry Weekend on the Way

Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: Today is the last chance for showers from this storm which has been producing rain across Oregon since Wednesday. So far we’ve received 1.08″ of rain this week and we’re not out of the woods just yet. Although skies are mostly clear this morning, showers will begin to develop across … Continue reading »

Showers Ending For The Weekend

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   A few showers on and off today but certainly nothing like the record setting rain all over Western Oregon yesterday. While we’re still under the influence of the storm system, most of the heavy rain chances are shifting north and south of Oregon. Overnight tonight, I’ll keep a … Continue reading »

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