Storm Delivers Heavy Rain Throughout Southern Oregon

By Jim McCoy Thu 29th November Newsfloodsstormsweather
A storm today is expected to bring heavy rain to the southern Oregon coast.Read More »

Stormy Weather Headed For Southern Oregon

By Jim McCoy Tue 27th November Newsweather
Meteorologists in Medford say a run of windy and rainy weather is headed toward southern Oregon. Expect it to start early Wednesday morning and last through Sunday. The rain could get heavy at times, and snow is expected in the mountains above 4,000 feet. Possible flood warnings are issued for Jackson, Josephine, Siskiyou, Coos, Curry and Douglas counties.Read More »

Storms Wreaking Havoc on Oregon Coastal Roads, Inland Roads Reporting Wet, Bare Pavement

By Jim McCoy Tue 20th November Newsroad conditionsweather
Roads in Oregon were generally open Tuesday in the aftermath of the storm that claimed one life in Oregon. U.S.Read More »

Bundle Up! Cold Weather's Coming

By Jim McCoy Mon 5th November Newsweather
Forecasters are expecting a large cold front to move into southern Oregon Wednesday night. Snow levels will drop to around 3,000 feet, and day time temperatures are forecasted for the mid-40s. Roads at the higher elevations are the most likely to be affected: Siskiyou Pass on Interstate 5, Highway 140, and roads near Diamond Lake.

Snow At Crater Lake

By Jim McCoy Tue 23rd October NewsCrater Lakeweather
Early snow at Crater Lake has closed Rim Drive and the North Entrance to the park. Park superintendent Craig Ackerman says as of Tuesday morning about 16 inches of snow have fallen since the storm blew in Sunday.Read More »

Southern Oregon Closing In On Weather Record

By Jim McCoy Fri 27th July Newsweather

While the rest of the United States is sweltering, southern Oregon is closing in on a record of consecutive days without the mercury recording a 100 degree temperature. A look at the local forecast calls for temperatures to remain in the upper 80s to around 90 through Thursday of next week.Read More »

Section of Highway 101 Remains Closed

The Oregon Department of Transportation reports that Highway 101 11 miles south of Port Orford is still blocked by a lanslide. About 400 yards of debris make up the slide. They say the slide remains active due to saturated soils. Because of safety concerns, clean up won't begin until it becomes more stable.Read More »

Mount Ashland Closure

For the second time in a week, blizzard-like conditions forced the closure of Mount Ashland to skiers on Thursday. In the last 7 days, the mountain has received over 7-inches of new snow, bringing the depth at the top to over 149 inches. Officials plan to re-open Mount Ashland Friday morning at 9 a.m.

Studded Tire Season Extended

Highway officials say it's looking wintery in Oregon's snow zones, so drivers with studded tires can keep using them during the first days of April. The annual deadline for removing studded tires had been the end of the day Saturday.
     That's been extended through Monday, April 9. Studded tires haveRead More »

theDove News Update - 27 December 2011

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