Hot And Stormy Becomes Cool And Rainy

Thunderstorm activity continues across much of the state Monday night and will reignite Tuesday afternoon. But a strong front coming in off the Pacific will begin to change the weather rapidly. Tuesday will be 10 to 15 degrees cooler than Monday. The thunderstorms will die out Tuesday night followed by rain Wednesday for much of Western Oregon. … Continue reading »

Thunderstorms Likely Sunday – Thursday

Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: As a ridge of high pressure forms over the Pacific Northwest, an area of low pressure is also going to move in from the south. This is a dangerous combination and one that will likely bring thunderstorms with frequent lightning across Oregon. The ridge will first heat things up. High … Continue reading »

90s Are Back, T-Storms As Well

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Nice to see temperatures back down into the mid to low 80s today, however, don’t get used to it, because the hot stuff is on the way for the end of the weekend and a chance for some afternoon thunderstorms. Highs over the next couple of days will … Continue reading »

Back to the 90s this Weekend

  Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: Temperatures are tracking a few degrees cooler Friday as a slight trough of low pressure passes by to the north of us and winds shift from the northeast to the northwest. It’ll still be sunny and warm though with highs reaching the mid 80s late Friday afternoon. The Coast … Continue reading »

Thunderstorms Back By Weekend

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   We’re starting to see the beginnings of a mini-cooldown for the next couple of days as a weak system will push the onshore over the next 24 hours. Cooler Pacific air starts to bring the temperatures down just a few degrees and bring back the morning clouds for … Continue reading »

Still No Rain in Sight

Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: Rinse and Repeat! Nothing but blue skies overhead and a warm afternoon on tap. Temperatures are tracking a couple of degrees warmer than yesterday, it’s likely that we’ll end up in the upper 80s once again for most locations in the Willamette Valley and Umpqua Basin! We’ll likely see the … Continue reading »

Slightly Cooler Tomorrow

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   We’re starting to see the beginnings of a mini-cooldown for the next couple of days as a weak system will push the onshore over the next 48 hours. Cooler Pacific air starts to bring the temperatures down just a few degrees and bring back the morning clouds for … Continue reading »

Staying Slightly Cooler

Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: Happy Hump Day! If you enjoyed the slightly cooler day Tuesday, you’re likely to enjoy today as well! Clouds filled in early Wednesday along the coast and began pushing east overnight. The folks that did see clouds inland early this morning are already back so sunny skies. The coast will hang on … Continue reading »

Our Heat Wave Takes A Break

A weak Pacific front currently coming onshore is ushering in a westerly flow that will clear the air, cool the heat and dampen the mountain thunderstorms. This front will create drizzly, cloudy  conditions along the coast Wednesday morning. Morning clouds are expected in the inland valleys and basins too but clearing off by afternoon. High temperatures … Continue reading »

Skies Becoming Bluer This Afternoon

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: We’ll see some haze for most of Tuesday. However, winds will shift from the south to the west, which should help clear out the smoke from the wildfires by the late afternoon. High pressure continues to be in control this week. Skies will be mostly sunny inland with high temperatures in the … Continue reading »

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