Heavy Rain For Thursday Morning

Justin’s Wednesday Night Forecast Discussion:  Lots of rain is expected over the next 12 hours with a slow moving cold front that may bring 1-2 inches of rain inland and much more than that along the coast. Temperatures will stay above freezing overnight so snow lines will be pushed back into the 3000 foot range. … Continue reading »

Chilly December Weekend

Justin’s Weekend Forecast Discussion:  A few isolated showers also may creep in overnight tonight with some light snow showers in the mountains. Most of the heavy snow is tapering off and will continue to do so into early Saturday. Expect lows to dip into the low 40s and upper 30s. The weekend looks to dry … Continue reading »

Getting Chilly!

Justin’s Wednesday Night Forecast Discussion:  Getting chilly overnight with skies showing some light breaks in the clouds. Also, some light isolated showers may be seen over the next couple of nights too. Lows will start to fall into the upper 30s tonight, mid to low 30s later on in the week and weekend. Both tomorrow … Continue reading »

Back To Summer Midweek

Justin’s Monday Night Forecast Discussion: Overnight tonight, we’ll stay mostly clear until just before dawn when the valley fog will fill in. So with the cold air behind the front earlier today and no clouds, we’ll cool down into the low 40s and maybe a few upper 30s. Freeze warnings are up for Central Oregon … Continue reading »

Summer-like Start To School

Justin’s Tuesday Night Forecast Discussion: Overnight tonight, expect clear skies and another nice, chilly start on Wednesday with lows falling into the mid 40s. In fact, that’ll be the case most of this week, so make sure the kids are bundled for the bus in the morning. Most of the week, with high pressure aloft, … Continue reading »

Warming Up Just In Time For School

Justin’s Monday Night Forecast Discussion: What a great way to send off summer today? We saw plenty of sunny skies, low 80s and a nice breezy afternoon. If you don’t want summer to end, you’ll like this week’s forecast as we’ll keep some summer-like warmth heading into midweek. Overnight tonight, expect clear skies and another … Continue reading »

Great Looking Holiday Forecast

Justin’s Friday Night Forecast Discussion: Isaac has been downgraded again to a remnant low which for parts of the Midwest and Ohio Valley means a big rain spoiler for Labor Day plans. However, many areas across the Mississippi River Basin desperately need the rainfall. The clean up continues across the Deep South as well as … Continue reading »

Sunny Looking Holiday Weekend

Justin’s Thursday Night Forecast Discussion: Isaac has been downgraded to a Tropical Depression but is still dumping plenty of rain in the Mid-South. It’ll affect weather for a good swath of the Midwest this weekend.  For details on where Isaac is headed over the weekend, here is the latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center:  … Continue reading »

Sunny & Pleasant For The Weekend

Justin’s Wednesday Night Forecast Discussion: Isaac has been downgraded to a Tropical Storm but is still dumping inches of rain in Louisiana and Mississippi, along with tornadoes through much of Southern Mississippi.  It’s even affecting the Northwest as the Beavers home opener has been cancelled because the opponent, Nichole  State, is stuck in Louisiana.  For … Continue reading »

Mild Then Warming Up For Kickoff Weekend

Justin’s Monday Night Forecast Discussion: Tropical Storm Isaac is about 24 hours or so away from landfall on the Gulf Coast. All indications are it will strengthen overnight into a Category 1 hurricane.  Details on track and intensity is here from the National Hurricane Center:  ISAAC Our weather is staying on the mild side over … Continue reading »

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