New York Prepares for Historic Storm

NEW YORK CITY (CNN) — A potentially historic snow storm is expected to hit New York City Monday night. Mayor Bill de Blasio is telling New Yorkers to get ready for the extreme weather. “I want everyone to understand that we are facing, most likely, one of the largest snow storms in the history of this … Continue reading »

Mt. Ashland Re-opens After Holiday Snow

MT. ASHLAND, Ore. — Hundreds of people hit the slopes on Friday as the Sonnet and Windsor Lifts were both up and running on Mt. Ashland. This season is already shaping up to be much different than last year. In the 2013-2014 season, the slopes did not open at all. This year, the ski park … Continue reading »

Mt. Ashland Snowfall

MT. ASHLAND, Ore. — Mount Ashland is seeing some flurries of snow as we head into the holiday season. A little bit of cautious optimism for the skiers and snowboarders out there. Overnight last night and into today the mountain received about an inch of snow. Although that’s not nearly enough for the mountain to … Continue reading »

First Wintry Blast Causes Slick Roads

EUGENE, Ore. — An early taste of winter has proven deadly in Oregon. Roads in Portland and further east remain snow covered, with more ice on the way. In the southern Willamette Valley which is too warm for snow, those rain gauges are full and the roadways are tricky to navigate. Drivers are dealing with … Continue reading »

First Snowfall of the Season

NEAR WILLAMETTE PASS, Ore. — The Central Cascades saw the first snowfall of the season Saturday night, but the snow is already starting to melt. Road conditions along Highway 58 remained slick Sunday – but not icy. The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for elevations above 4,000 feet until 5 p.m. Sunday, but … Continue reading »

Corvallis Schools Making Up Snow Days

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Corvallis schools are making up lost snow days – one minute at a time. Schools lost eight days of class time from snow days this school year, and by Oregon law, it is required to make up a certain number of hours for elementary and secondary schools. Because of a 14-hour emergency … Continue reading »

Cost of Winter Storm Climbs

EUGENE, Ore. — The past weekend’s storm comes on the heels of December’s storm, but this one could be more costly. In fact, cuts could be made to pay for it. The latest storm was shorter than December’s storm but it was more intense. The amount of snow the area got over the past weekend … Continue reading »

The Big Corvallis Snow Melt

CORVALLIS, Ore. —  The snow is starting to melt in Corvallis, which means all the main streets in town are pretty clear, but Public Works crews are keeping an eye out for minor flooding. The Public Works Department says crews are now working on plowing streets in residential areas. “We have been plowing continuously for … Continue reading »

Auto Body Shops See Rise in Business

EUGENE, Ore. — While many businesses suffered during the storm, it revved up sales for others. The owner of Downtown Automotive Center in Eugene says a number of people brought in their vehicles for emergency repairs over the weekend and he expects it to be a busy couple of weeks. They saw lots of problems … Continue reading »

Drivers Struggle With Icy Roads

EUGENE, Ore. — Many local drivers said they’re struggling with the current driving conditions. Drivers said once the freezing rain started falling, getting behind the wheel became even more dangerous, compared to the last two days. Some said once they get home from work, their only plan is to stay inside. “Just slow and steady. … Continue reading »

Older posts «