Students Keep Cool at School

EUGENE, Ore. — Summer may be over for students, but the heat is still hanging around, prompting teachers to find ways to keep kids cool in classrooms. At Marist High School, classrooms are the same as many across the city, not having air conditioning. But school administrators say they have many ways to keep students … Continue reading »

Interview: Pets in Hot Cars

EUGENE, Ore — The City of Eugene Animal Services Manager, Kelly Darnell joined us Thursday to remind us of the dangers of leaving our precious pets in cars. With temperatures in the mid 70s summer is quickly approaching and leaving Fido in the car unattended can be dangerous.

Hot September Weather Sticking Around

EUGENE, Ore. — With temperatures creeping near 90 degrees, Thursday is the going to be the hottest day of the week, but things aren’t going to cool down much. We did get a late start to the summer this year and because of that, just about everyone we spoke with said they’re happy to see … Continue reading »

Things About To Heat Back Up

Justin’s Tuesday Night Forecast Discussion: Clear skies going into the overnight hours and with no clouds, we’ll cool down into the low 40s and maybe a few upper 30s. Freeze warnings are again up for Central Oregon as they’ll bottom out in the low 30s and upper 20s! Tomorrow, temperatures warm into the mid 80s … 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 End To the Week

Justin’s Thursday Night Forecast Discussion: Overnight tonight, expect clear skies and another nice, mild start for the inland valleys in the low to mid 50s. The coast will welcome the marine clouds back late tonight and likely for most of the day again tomorrow. High pressure aloft is keeping the jet stream well north of … Continue reading »

Summer Vacation Almost Over

EUGENE, Ore. — The end of summer is right around the corner, so how are people enjoying the last few days until the start of school? KEZI 9 News photojournalist Kathleen Spencer went to go find out.

Some Locals Enjoying the Heat

EUGENE, Ore. — Most Oregonians scramble to get out of hot temperatures, but some people love the heat. KEZI 9 News photojournalist Kathleen Spencer introduces us to a few of ‘em. They’ll all have plenty more days to take advantage of the sunshine. The forecast is expected to be sunny and hot for at least … Continue reading »

Where to Cool Off

EUGENE, Ore. — If you’re overheating, you can take advantage of local cooling spots. The Downtown Library is open 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The Sheldon Branch Library and Bethel Branch Library both are open until 6 p.m. If you want to go for a swim, Amazon Pool, located at 2600 Hilyard Street, is … Continue reading »

Beating the Heat

EUGENE, Ore. — It is starting to look a lot like summer time in western Oregon. Lane County residents looked for ways to beat the hottest temperature of the year Sunday, which hit 91 degrees in Eugene. Jarrel Moore and her son visited the Splash and Play water park in Washington Park. “We are here … Continue reading »

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