Rainy & Windy this Weekend

 Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Quick clearing behind the cold front Friday morning, made for a beautiful afternoon. Clouds began to roll in ahead of the warm front that will bring heavy rain early Saturday morning. Rain will continue the entire day Saturday with this storm. Winds will also pick up, especially along the … Continue reading »

Rainy Weekend Ahead

 Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Heavy rain showers will move through Thursday night. Showers continue Friday morning, but will wrap up by noon. There will be some change over to snow across the passes Friday morning, but only 0.5″ of snow is expected. A High Wind Warning is in effect for the south Coast from 8 p.m. to … Continue reading »

Rain Showers Return Thursday

 Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A weak front will bring a few light showers early Thursday morning for the Coast, Coast Range, and Willamette Valley. Heavier rain showers will start late Thursday afternoon across the rest of the area with a stronger front. Rain will continue Thursday night into Friday morning across the entire … Continue reading »

Valley Fog Continues

 Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Foggy skies in the Willamette Valley and Umpqua Basin will continue Wednesday. There is a good chance the fog will break by the afternoon, and skies to become mostly sunny. For the coast and Cascades, mostly sunny skies will continue. Expect highs in the upper 40s and low 50s. … Continue reading »

Showers Continue Into Monday Morning

 Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Showers will continue Sunday night and into Monday morning for most. Rain showers will last a bit longer, and into the afternoon, for the Umpqua Basin and Cascade foothills. Snow showers will continue above 5,000 feet for the Cascades Monday. New snow will be around 0.5″. Foggy starts both … Continue reading »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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