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  • Record Breaking Heat for Duck Game

    EUGENE, Ore. — We all know it never rains at Autzen, but this weekend perhaps just a drop or two would be nice. Saturday will likely be the 32nd time we’ve been at or above 90­° this summer, which we’ve never seen happen in Eugene. With a ridge of high pressure overhead, there isn’t a … Continue reading »

  • Firebusters: Outdoor Safety

    EUGENE, Ore. – Summer is nearly here and temperatures are on the rise in Western Oregon. Authorities with the Oregon Department of Forestry say now is the perfect time to discuss outdoor fire safety with the entire family. One thing to keep in mind is to never start a fire outside when it’s windy. When … Continue reading »

  • Burn Ban in Effect

    EUGENE, Ore. — For the first time in more than five years, a wood stove and fireplace burn ban is in place in Eugene, Springfield and Oakridge. The Lane Regional Air Protection Agency issued the ban over the weekend, saying the current air quality has reached unhealthy levels. Using a wood stove or fireplace is … Continue reading »

  • Backyard Burning Season Returns

    EUGENE, Ore. – Lane County’s open burning season begins Tuesday, Oct. 1. The Lane Regional Air Protection Agency says it’s now safe for people to burn those piles of branches and leaves they’ve been saving up all summer. But they’re warning residents to be up to date with the most recommended and or legal burning … Continue reading »

  • Open Burning Season Ends Saturday

    LANE COUNTY, Ore. — Open burning season will draw to a close on Saturday, June 15, meaning residents will have to find other ways to dispose of their wood and yard debris. Sally Markos with the Lane Regional Air Protection Agency said that this spring has been one of the driest on record, despite the … Continue reading »

  • Foggy Mornings Continue

    METEOROLOGIST MARISA WOLOSZYN’S FORECAST DISCUSSION:  Thursday was another day stuck in the fog for communities in the Valley and Basin, keeping high temperatures in the mid 30s. Both the coast and central Oregon saw plenty of sunshine today, allowing highs to reach the mid 50s and mid 40s, respectively. Onshore flow will increase Friday, cooling … Continue reading »

  • Waiting On The Sunshine …

    Justin’s Wednesday Night Forecast Discussion:  Chalk up another chilly, raw day here in the valley as the surface inversion once again wouldn’t break the fog in the valley with highs stuck in the mid 30s. In fact, we only gained two degrees from 33 to 35 for today. Same story elsewhere with both the coast … Continue reading »

  • When Does The Valley Sun Return?

    Justin’s Tuesday Night Forecast Discussion:  The below freezing nights keep stacking up with a super-strong ridge of high pressure dominating the Northwest and that’ll keep on keeping on for tonight. Another night of patchy valley fog will fill in late tonight and with lows expected to get into the upper 20s again, be on the … Continue reading »

  • Dry Weather Reigns This Week

    Justin’s Monday Night Forecast Discussion:  The below freezing nights keep stacking up with a super-strong ridge of high pressure dominating the Northwest and that’ll keep on keeping on for tonight. Patchy valley fog will fill in late tonight and with lows expected to get into the upper 20s again, be on the lookout for another … Continue reading »

  • Slowly Cooling Down

    Justin’s Tuesday Night Forecast Discussion: Warm but not overly hot today as some of that Pacific air mass is starting to creep back into the valley with the southwest winds. Staying clear tonight with the exception of the coast where the marine clouds are marching back into place, and lows settling in the upper 40s … Continue reading »

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