Quiet End to the Workweek

Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: High pressure rebuilds Thursday and stays in control through Sunday morning. Skies will return to mostly sunny along the coast and in the Cascade with high temperatures back near 60 degrees. Nighttime fog will return in the Willamette Valley and Umpqua Basin, but should burn off by the afternoons. … Continue reading »

Northeast Recovers from Winter Storm

BOSTON (CNN) — Twenty-four hours and up to 30 inches of snow later, things still aren’t back to normal in most of the Northeast. “Unless there’s a pressing reason to go out, this is a regroup day, and we’ll be ready to rock tomorrow,” said Juliette Kayyem, National Security Analyst. In Boston, the mayor is … Continue reading »

Dry and Mild to End January

We made it through the only “storm” western Oregon will see this week and it’s back to mild weather to wrap up the January. So far this month we’ve had 11 days at or above 55° in Eugene, including one record high of 68°. We’re over three inches below average in rainfall and we’re not … Continue reading »

Few Showers Wednesday

Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A weak front will bring a few showers for the northern Coast, Willamette Valley and Cascade foothills Tuesday night into Wednesday. Otherwise Wednesday will be mostly cloudy. High temperatures will still be mild and in the mid 50s. High pressure rebuilds Thursday and stays in control through Sunday morning. … Continue reading »

Blizzard Hits Northeast

NEW YORK (CNN) — As the blizzard of 2015 continues to wreak havoc on much of the Northeast, it seems to have spared New York City from the worst. Many are now criticizing city leaders for what they call overkill. The mayor’s response: better safe than sorry. “God forbid storm had not moved 20-30 miles … Continue reading »

Cloudy but Mild Next Two Days

While the East Coast is shoveling snow, the west Coast continues to see spring-like conditions.  We won’t set any new records though, as a weak disturbance is bringing back clouds, some rain and keeping our temperatures slightly cooler. A small cold front is going to swing across the northwest corner of Oregon tonight. This will … Continue reading »

East Coast Storm Strands Local Traveler

Philadelphia, PA. — The East Coast storm is having a nationwide impact including for people from Eugene. Eugene resident Jeannie Snyder flew out to Philadelphia to celebrate her grandson’s first birthday and has been visiting for a couple of weeks. She says her flight home Tuesday was cancelled Saturday in anticipation of the storm. She … Continue reading »

Staying Dry With Fog, Clouds And Sun

High pressure is holding steady across the West. A very weak system will break through Tuesday. This will help the fog to clear out of the valleys sooner and may bring some drizzle to the coast. Wednesday and Thursday the high pressure ridge rebuilds keeping us mild and dry. The inland valleys will tend to … Continue reading »

Earthquake Anniversary Marks 315 Years

EUGENE, Ore. — Jan. 26 marks the anniversary of the last Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake. It shook the Pacific Northwest 315 years ago. Scientists say the next big one could strike Oregon at any time and will likely be 9.0 or higher. Emergency preparedness officials say you always should have an emergency kit ready that … Continue reading »

Mild Weather Continues

While the East Coast is bracing for a historic snow storm the West Coast is setting record high temperatures! Three records were broken in western Oregon this weekend. On Saturday Eugene set a new record for high temperature by hitting 68°, beating the old record of 65° set back in 1935. On Sunday North Bend and … Continue reading »

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