Quiet End to the Workweek

Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Fog will redevelop in the Willamette Valley and Umpqua Basin Wednesday night. Fog will linger for some of Thursday morning, but eventually break apart. High clouds will continue to stream in from a large storm to the west, keeping skies partly sunny into the afternoon. Highs will be back … Continue reading »

Mild Weather Ahead for Western Oregon

Happy Wednesday! We made it through any major storms this week and are basically in the clear through the middle part of next week! High pressure is forming over the west coast, this will block any major storms from moving into western Oregon for at least the next eight days. High temperatures will climb to … Continue reading »

Valley Fog Returns, Sunny Coast & Mtns.

Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A much calmer day Tuesday; a mix of clouds and sunshine with highs into the 50s. High pressure has taken control of our weather and will remain in control through the weekend. Fog will develop in the Willamette Valley and Umpqua Basin Tuesday night, for a foggy start Wednesday … Continue reading »

Lightning Causes Monroe House Fire

MONROE, Ore. — Fire crews say two pets were killed in a house fire in Monroe over the weekend. Firefighters responded to the 27000 block of Bundy Road around 6:30 p.m. Sunday. They say smoke and flames were coming out of the home when they arrived. Luckily, no one was home at the time. Investigators … Continue reading »

Crews Repairing Lebanon Power Lines

LEBANON, Ore. — Pacific Power crews continue to remove and repair 12 power line poles that fell Monday due to heavy winds. It happened on Highway 34, about a mile west of Lebanon. Pacific Power says it will take crews several days to repair the poles. “We need to go in with specialized equipment. We’ll … Continue reading »

Power Lines Fall on Highway 34

LEBANON, Ore. —  Part of Highway 34 remains closed near Lebanon, as crews continue to repair power lines that fell onto the road Monday morning. The highway will be restricted to a single lane of traffic in each direction about a mile west of Lebanon for at least the next two days. The Oregon Department … Continue reading »

Few Showers & Lighter Winds Tuesday

Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Gusty winds and heavy rain Monday as the fifth and final storm moved through. Here’s some highlights from today’s storm. 24-Hour Wind Gusts as of 6 p.m. Monday: Corvallis: 37 mph Eugene/Springfield: 40 mph Florence: 63 mph Newport: 60 mph North Bend: 55 mph Roseburg: 17 mph 24-Hour Rainfall … Continue reading »

Damaging Winds & Heavy Rain Hitting OR

Monday is day five of stormy weather in western Oregon. We’ve picked up over two inches of rain with this series of storms in Eugene. Roseburg is approaching three inches and North Bend has seen over four inches. We’ll all see another 0.5 to 1″ of rain today in addition to high winds. An area … Continue reading »

Showers Continue Thru Tuesday Morning

 Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: The fifth and final storm continues to move inland. Showers will continue on and off through Tuesday morning. There remains a slight chance for thunderstorms across the area through Monday evening. Snow showers can be expected across the passes starting Monday afternoon. Not much snow is expected, but there … Continue reading »

Fifth and Final Storm Moves In

 Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: The fifth and final storm moves in Sunday. This storm will be different than the storms prior, in that it will stick around through Tuesday morning. Showers will be on and off Sunday through Tuesday morning. Snow showers can be expected across the passes starting Monday afternoon. Not much … Continue reading »

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