A strong ridge of high pressure is centered over the Pacific Northwest right now. It has shifted far enough inland to set up a light offshore flow for Tuesday and when that happens it gets very warm, very fast. The National Weather Service has posted a Heat Advisory for the Willamette Valley, The Coast Range and the … Continue reading »
Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion: Our summery quiet weather pattern continues for the rest of the work week and likely into much of next week as well. Tonight, we’ll stay mostly clear overnight until the morning when the marine clouds will have moved back inland. Lows tonight will settle into the mid to … Continue reading »
Ask The Meteorologist Spring officially begins at 9:57 a.m. on Thursday March 20th, but why at this specific time? This is today’s Ask the Meteorologist question. If you have a question you would like answered by a meteorologist, you can submit it here.
Ask The Meteorologist McKayla Nicholas from Applegate Elementary School in Eugene wants to know, “How the green screen works?” Check out the video above to see how Chroma Key technology is used to put weather graphics behind meteorologists, without having to use a projector.
EUGENE, Ore. — The sixth graders in Ms. Bloom’s class at Applegate Elementary have been studying weather this year and had a few questions they needed answered by a meteorologist. We couldn’t let those questions go unanswered, so KEZI 9 Meteorologist Melissa Frey stopped by to give them a weather lesson first hand. They learned … Continue reading »