Spring-like Weather Continues this Week

  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast: Sunday Night: A few showers are possible as a weak system slides in. Snow showers will fall above 2,500 ft. Temperatures will be slightly warmer that Saturday night and in the mid 30s inland and low 40s along the coast. Monday: A few light showers will continue in the morning. Skies … Continue reading »

Cold Nights Ahead

  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast: Saturday Night: Cold. Clear skies will allow temperatures to fall below freezing (32 degrees) inland and in the mid 30s along the coast. Plants sensitive to cold should be covered or brought in for the night. Sunday:  Patchy fog in the valleys in the early morning, otherwise mostly sunny. Highs temperatures … Continue reading »

Sunny Weekend, Chilly Overnight

  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast: Friday Night: A Winter Weather Advisory continues above 5,000 feet until 10 p.m. Another 2 inches are expected, with a storm total of 4-8 inches. There is a chance for snow down to 2,000 feet Friday night, but we’re only looking at a dusting as most of the moisture will … Continue reading »

Chance For Thunderstorms Friday

  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast: Friday: A storm will continue to bring rain showers across the area. Some cold air will slide in aloft, which could spark some thunderstorms Friday afternoon. Snow showers will continue above 3,500 feet. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 3 p.m. Friday above 5,000 feet, where 4-8 … Continue reading »

Winter Making a Comeback (For Now)

After 15 days of no rain in Eugene and 25 days of above average temperatures this month, the weather is looking much more normal, at least for the next week. The jet stream has moved south and an area of low pressure is gong to ride the jet stream right down the Oregon Coast Thursday … Continue reading »

Rain & Mountain Snow Returns

  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast: Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy. A few showers after midnight. Overnight lows in the low to mid 40s. Thursday-Friday: A storm will bring rain showers Thursday through Friday. Snow is expected above 3,500 feet, which means snow across the Cascade passes. About 2-4″ of new snow is expected Thursday, with an additional … Continue reading »

Rain and Mountain Snow on the Way

After 15 days of no rain in Eugene, it’s making a comeback for the end of the week. The clouds are already increasing this morning ahead of the storm. High temperatures will be a few degrees colder because of the extra clouds, topping out in the mid 50s. There is a chance we could see … Continue reading »

Rain & Snow on the Way

  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast: Tuesday Night: Clouds will increase ahead of a weak front. Overnight lows will be slightly warmer than previous nights and in the mid 30s inland and 40s along the Coast. Wednesday: Some drizzle possible along the Coast and in the Willamette Valley in the morning. Otherwise, clouds will increase throughout the … Continue reading »

Rain Returns after 15 Straight Dry Days

It was another chilly start in Western Oregon today with temperatures dropping to the mid 20s in the Willamette Valley for the second day in a row. Tuesday will be the last day this week with completely clear skies and high temperatures in the mid to upper 50s. As the high pressure which has kept … Continue reading »

Not a Cloud in the Sky

  This morning was the coldest morning we had seen in 51 days! We dropped to 26° in Eugene under clear skies. Just as soon as the sun rose the temperatures did as well, climbing 21 degrees in just about 4 hours. High pressure will keep us clear and dry today, Tuesday and most of … Continue reading »

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