Heavier Rain Moves in Sunday

Twitter Facebook  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Another storm moves in Sunday afternoon bring heavier showers across the area and snow to the passes. Showers will start around 12 noon along the coast and around 2 p.m. inland. Snow will fall above 4,500 feet with 1-2 inches expected. A few showers will linger into Monday … Continue reading »

Showers Return this Weekend

Twitter Facebook  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A trough will swing through Saturday bringing isolated rain showers across the area with a few sprinkles continuing into Sunday morning. Another, slightly stronger, trough moves in Sunday evening, which will continue showers across the area into Sunday night. The heaviest showers will be in Douglas and Coos … Continue reading »

Showers Return This Weekend

The ridge of high pressure that has kept us dry all week is starting to break down and move south. This will allow the jet stream to also move south, bringing the storm train back to western Oregon. Although we’ll be right in the main path for any storms developing in the Pacific, there’s not … Continue reading »

Rain Will Mix Things Up This Weekend

Twitter Facebook  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for the Umpqua Basin until 10 a.m. Friday. Foggy skies will continue Friday morning, with the densest fog in the valleys and basins. Clouds will increase during the afternoon ahead of a system set to move in early Saturday morning. An Air Stagnation Advisory remains in … Continue reading »

Dense Fog Persists in the Valley/Umpqua

With a strong ridge of high pressure in place, Oregon is still sitting under a clear sky with very mild conditions. Those clear skies will be hard to see again in the valley though, as most of us are stuck in the fog. Visibility was reduced to a half of a mile this morning throughout … Continue reading »

Valley Fog Continues

Twitter Facebook  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for the Willamette Valley until noon Friday. Foggy skies will continue Thursday and Friday morning, with the densest fog in the valleys and basins. I’m optimistic that we’ll see the sunshine in the afternoon in the valleys, so high temperatures will be near … Continue reading »

Valley Stuck in Fog, Otherwise Clear

With a strong ridge of high pressure in place, Oregon is sitting under a clear sky with very mild conditions. Those clear skies will be hard to see in the valley though, as most of us are stuck in the fog. Visibility was reduced to a tenth to half of a mile this morning throughout … Continue reading »

Foggy Skies Continue

Twitter Facebook  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Foggy skies will continue each morning through Friday morning. I’m optimistic that we’ll see the sunshine each afternoon. If we do see the sunshine expect high temperatures in the low 50s inland and low 60s along the coast. However, if we get “stuck in the fog” for the … Continue reading »

Foggy But Dry Most of This Week

It was a cooler start this morning as temperatures dropped 15 degrees from where they were Monday morning. We’re seeing only some very high cirrus clouds, but otherwise clear and dry, with the exception of the fog that has formed in the Willamette Valley and Umpqua Basin. It’s going to be a battle to break … Continue reading »

Mild Weather Week

A strong high pressure system has built swiftly over the West and will stay with us through the end of the week. This will create some very stable and mild days ahead. Temperature will hover just below 50 in the valleys, warmer in the mountains and near 60 at the coast.  The high pressure will create … Continue reading »

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