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Weather Elsewhere Is Affecting Flights Out Of Portland

By Jim McCoy Mon 6th January Newsair travelweather
The extreme cold in upper parts of the Midwest and remnants of the snow storm in the Northeast are affecting some flights at Portland International Airport. KGW reports (http://bit.ly/1eBVtJH ) some flights Monday to Chicago, New York, Detroit and other destinations are listed as cancelled or delayed. Travelers should check with their airline.

Driest Year Ever?

By Jim McCoy Fri 20th December Newsweather
The city of Medford is two weeks away from recording its driest calendar year since records were first kept in 1911. The final weeks of December are typically very wet, but the Mail Tribune reports (http://is.gd/t0piWh ) that not even the usual rainfall of 1.28 inches between Thursday and New Year's Day would stop Medford from breaking its record. The National Weather Service hasRead More »

More Church Services Cancelled Due to Weather, Road Conditions

By Jim McCoy Sat 7th December Newschurch service cancellationsweather
As of 9:30 p.m. Saturday, theDove has been notified vis Facebook of further church service cancellations: Central Point Assembly of God All Sunday morning services and activities at Trail Christian Fellowship Simple Faith Fellowship Rogue Valley Fellowship Empower Church Kingdom Faith Church theCenter Church

Storm Blows Through Northwest Oregon

By Jim McCoy Thu 7th November Newsstormweather
A November storm struck northwest Oregon on Thursday morning, knocking out power in some parts of Portland and blowing down a barn in Polk County. The National Weather Service said it would send investigators to check out reports of a twister southeast of Dallas, where the barn was destroyed. No one was injured. An estimated 12,000 customers lost power in north Portland.Read More »

Freezing Temperatures Come To The Northwest

By Jim McCoy Mon 28th October Newsweather
The National Weather Service has issued a special weather statement warning of freezing conditions in northwest Oregon. The service says the temperature should drop to between 30 and 35 degrees early Tuesday, and people in Eugene, McMinnville and the Hood River Valley might awake to temperatures in the upper 20s.

Western Washington Hit With Tornado

By Jim McCoy Mon 30th September Newstornadoweather
The National Weather Service confirms the winds that damaged industrial buildings in western Washington, including a Boeing factory, were a tornado. Meteorologist Johnny Burg says a team from the Weather Service office in Seattle went to the scene Monday and certified the tornado, based on eyewitness accounts. The tornado at 7:20 a.m.Read More »

Heavy Rain May Mean Soggy Harvest Of Grapes

By Jim McCoy Mon 30th September Newsagriculturegrapesweather
Heavy rains may make for a soggy harvest in Oregon's wine country. In the southern Willamette Valley, for instance, the Eugene Register-Guard reports (http://bit.ly/1bV9Yuh ) that with heavy precipitation the past two weeks, September rainfall is more than four times the local average. That threatens grapes with mildew, rot, dilution and splitting. Cold days and nights sRead More »

Triple Digit Temps Expected Monday & Tuesday

By Jim McCoy Mon 1st July Newsextreme heathealth hazardsweather
A heat advisory is in effect, now through 11 p.m. Tuesday for Jackson, Josephine, and Modoc counties, with portions of eastern Curry County, and north central and southeast Siskiyou County. Temperatures are expected to run between 103 and 105.Read More »

Rogue Valley Temperatures Forecasted For Mid-Week Free Fall

By Jim McCoy Mon 20th May Newsrecord temperaturesweather
Southern Oregon may experience record temperatures this week, but not in a way that one might think for late May. Forecasters predict snow levels and temperatures to drop to 2,500 feet by Wednesday morning in the Cascades and Siskiyous. The predicted high Wednesday of 54 would tie the record for the lowest high in Medford for May 22nd set in 2010.Read More »

Snow Expected Soon

By Jim McCoy Mon 7th January Newsstormweather
Snow can be expected in the middle of this week for the floor of the Rogue Valley. A cold front expected to move into the area could drop an inch of snow by sometime Wednesday morning. Up to four inches could be seen for elevations above two thousand feet.

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