Very Toasty Tuesday

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: High pressure has taken control of our weather. Skies will be sunny inland and becoming sunny along the coast. Tuesday will be the hottest day this week with temperatures in the mid to upper 90s inland, even triple digits in the Umpqua. To escape the heat, head to the coast … Continue reading »

The Sun Is Back

Morning cloud cover helped keep us a bit cooler than expected Monday. Now high pressure is back in control of the West and we will start heat up Tuesday and Wednesday. High temperatures inland will get well into the 90′s but not break the 100 degree mark. The coast will clear in the afternoon and temperatures will … Continue reading »

The Heat Returns Monday

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: After thunderstorms and cooler temperatures Sunday, the heat returns today. High pressure will regain control, returning skies to mostly sunny by the afternoon. Temperatures will be in the low 90s inland, and mid 60s along the coast. Tuesday will be the hottest day this week with temperatures in the mid … Continue reading »

City Offers Places to Cool Off

EUGENE, Ore. — If you can’t beat the heat during the next few days of hot weather, the City of Eugene says you can cool off at the library. The downtown library is just one of many places to escape the heat during Eugene’s mini heat wave. It’s hours are as follows:  Sunday 1 p.m. to … Continue reading »

Helping Pets Through the Thunder

EUGENE, Ore. — Many woke up to the sound of thunder shaking their windows and homes Sunday morning, but it wasn’t just people who were startled by the noise. The Greenhill Humane Society says the rules involving pets and thunder are pretty similar to those regarding fireworks, and pet owners should be well-prepared. Sasha Elliott … Continue reading »

Heat Advisory Is Back

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Heck of a way to start our Sunday as Mother Nature provided a natural alarm clock with thunderstorms firing off through midday. Lots of lightning strikes and small hail as the storms pushed through. Tonight, most of the storms will wind down and be confined to the mountains. … Continue reading »

Thunderstorm Threat Increases

WEATHER DISCUSSION The pattern seems to be continuing with the mild overnight temperatures before transitioning to hot afternoon temperatures. Today is set up almost exactly like yesterday, and the day before. However, there is one key difference. A low pressure system sitting off the coast of Northern California is pushing in moisture out of the … Continue reading »

Heatwave Continues Into Weekend

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Mild tonight and even with clear skies, temperatures won’t fall that much out of the upper 50s and low 60s. The morning clouds will move back in some spots, but there will be sunshine as well. Lots of interesting weather for the weekend forecast, including a chance for thunderstorms on … Continue reading »

Wind-Driven Mills Fire Burns 5,500 Acres

CHELAN COUNTY, Wash. (CNN) — At least 200 homes and other structures are in the path of a fast-moving wildfire in Washington state. The wind-driven fire is near the town of Entiat, about three hours east of Seattle. So far it’s burned 5,500 acres. An enormous mushroom cloud of smoke can be seen for miles. … Continue reading »

Another Hot Day on Tap

WEATHER DISCUSSION Looking like a carbon copy of yesterday on tap for today. We started the morning with some low lying clouds and fog at the coast and in the basin. Mostly clear skies in all others regions. Temperatures started out mild as well, with the warmest spot being Roseburg. This afternoon, the marine layer … Continue reading »

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