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TODAY'S FORECAST - 2/9/2016 

Mostly sunny after morning fog in Douglas and Josephine Counties. The fog may turn into low clouds and linger over parts of Douglas County. Highs will be upper 60s to near 70, except to the low 70s for the Medford area, and in the 50s if low clouds linger. Expect upper 60s to near 70 for the Coast, and 50s and 60s for the mountains and east of the Cascades. Overnight lows will be in the upper 40s for the valleys and the Coast, and in the 20s to the low 30s for the mountains and east of the Cascades. 


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WEATHER SUMMARY DISCUSSION - Presented by Pressure Point Roofing

The strong ridge of high pressure over us continues to slide slowly east. Slowly is the operative word here. Yesterday we saw glorious sunshine and very warm to even hot temps across the region as the center of the high was basically over Southwest Oregon. In addition, pressure gradients tightened in the afternoon and a strong easterly wind component kicked in. The result was soaring temps that saw Medford have a high 11 degrees warmer than Miami, Florida yesterday. Medford hit 79 tying the all time record for February set back in 1992 when we hit 79 on the 25th and 26th of February. North Bend soared to 82. That tied their all time record for February as well. That was set on the 25th of February in 1992. We saw plenty of other records set as well. That included in Klamath Falls, Mt. Shasta City, and Montague. Look for more records today inland. Missing out on all of this was the Roseburg and Sutherlin area in Douglas County. Their fog yesterday morning turned into persistent low clouds. They also did not see the east winds kick in. That held temps in the 50s for highs. They could have a similar day today.

Over at the Coast, they saw the warmth too. You know about North Bend's 82. But, Brookings was up to 77. And while I did not hear from my spotter in Harbor, I have to believe that Harbor and the Chetco River Canyon were seeing temps in the low to mid 80s. That will be the end of the really warm conditions for them however. The transition has begun. The flow is still off shore this morning but has weakened considerably. Out over the Ocean, the low cloud and fog deck is heading back towards shore. It will arrive tonight. They will still have a nice day there with highs int he upper 60s to near 70. But tomorrow looks to grey and cloudy with morning fog. Highs will likely be only in the 50s.

For the areas east of the Cascades, today is going to be the really warm one. The center of the high is over Eastern Oregon head out and away from us. I am not going to be a bit surprised to see uppers 60s to near 70 pop up over there. Klamath set a record yesterday and they are going to set another record today. ALL NWS reporting stations east of the Cascades and over into Idaho, Northern Nevada, and Northern Utah should. 

As the high continues to march east, it opens the storm door once again slowly behind it. But, where it had looked like we would go back into a prolonged period of storminess with lowering temps yesterday, the data is taking a turn this morning. We do get clouds and a chance for rain, and high elevation, (above most passes), snow for the weekend. However, come Monday we will see another ridge set up returning us to sunshine and highs in the mid 60s for Medford. What it looks like now is that we will see a see saw or yo yo pattern setting up. A high sets up giving us nice weather, then comes a low or a trough and back we go to clouds and a chance for rain, and then comes another high taking us back to sunny and warm. In short what this........spring. This would be the classic pattern of spring. If we are truly headed into that for a prolonged period, it would be a touch early. But, not unheard of. 

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RAINFALL SUMMARY FOR MEDFORD AS OF 2/8/2016 - Brought you by Ken Ogawa American Family Insurance

Rainfall for the 24 hours ending at Midnight last night: 0.00

For the month of February the rainfall total is 0.25. That is 0.35 inches below average. Normal rainfall in February for Medford is 2.01 inches. 

For the Calendar year: 4.47 inches of rainfall. Normal rainfall in Medford for a calendar year is 18.35 inches. We are 1.51 inches above average for the year. 

For the water year since October 1, 2015: 14.23 inches. That is 3.66 inches above average. 

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Audiology Associates of Southern Oregon.

1867 Williams Highway.

Grants Pass, OR.


822 Alder Creek Drive.

Medford, OR.

541 - 474 - 4694 - Grants Pass.

541 - 772 - 8337 - Medford.

For over 27 years, Audiology Associates of Southern Oregon has been helping people improve the quality of their lives in Grants Pass, Medford and surrounding areas in Southern Oregon. Their Audiologists have a reputation for always having the latest digital hearing aids on the market today. They provide excellent service to patients by diagnosing their hearing problem with a hearing test so they are able to provide you with the best solution. If hearing aids are needed, they will evaluate your hearing loss and lifestyle so they can provide you with the best hearing technology to suit your needs. You need not suffer a loss of quality of life due to hearing issues. Audiology Associates of Southern Oregon can help make sure you fully hear the world around you.

Pressure Point Roofing

Medford and Eugene, Oregon

Medford Phone - 541 - 772 - 1945

Eugene Phone - 541 - 688 - ROOF (7663)

Pressure Point Roofing has been widely known in the Rogue Valley as one of the top roofing contractors. They have now expanded into doing light construction. They will do siding, windows, patios, decks, and timber frame structures. This makes them an all around contractor capable of giving your home a whole new look. Pressure Point continues the same level of excellence that they have in roofing into providing the siding, windows, and other exterior work on your home. They have experts that do nothing but that work. Their roofing crews concentrate on what they do best. Installing roofs. The craftsmen that work on the siding, windows, patios, decks, and the other light construction have decades of experience at just that. When you call Pressure Point Roofing you get the best of the best at what they do working on your home. You also get a guaranty that says they will stand behind their work, and make sure you are more than satisfied with the results. Pressure Point Roofing has now expanded to serve the Willamette Valley our of Eugene. These guys are absolute professionals at what they do and their work has earned them a sterling reputation and accolades from within the industry. Give them a call and you will be another very happy and satisfied customer as well.

Orley's Stoves, Spas, and Pools

2 locations


3050 Crater Lake Highway (corner of Delta Waters and Crater Lake Highway)

541 - 779 - 5340

Klamath Falls

6831 S. 6th Street

541 - 884 - 1644

Orley's Stoves, Spas, and Pools is Southern Oregon's leading dealer of hot tubs, which are officially spas. They carry the Catalina and Dream Maker lines. Catalina Spas are not for everyone, only those who demand performance, quality, and dependability they can count on. See Orleys for all the facts, then sit back, relax, and enjoy the Catalina Difference. Dream Maker spas are engineered to be one-piece and totally portable. They are not compromised of wood, metal or vinyl parts, and therefore they will not rust, rot, or rip. Some of the best selling features of the Dream Maker spa line is that the line is 110 volt and a true Plug-n-Play, Cash-n-Carry spa. Orley's has a complete selection of chemicals that you will need. Also, they do have accessories including gazebos and decking.

Orley's has been one of Southern Oregon's leading pool centers for decades now. They have above ground pools from Superpool and Splash. They also have a complete selection of chemicals that you need. Need accessories for fun? Need furniture for around the pool? What about a barbeque? Orley's has all the above. One stop at Orley's could give you all you need to have your house ready for fun. Be sure to check in with Orley's when it is time for a pool, or to get the supplies you need.

ABOUT ROGUEWEATHER.COM is based in Medford, Oregon. The founder, Greg Roberts is the forecaster. Greg has nearly 30 years of weather forecasting experience, specializing in severe weather events. Greg has received training from a variety of sources, including the University of Oklahoma. 

Greg volunteers as a Skywarn weather observer for the National Weather Service. This has lead to many hours out in the field storm chasing and getting up close with the storms he loves. 

Greg also served as a wildland and municipal fire fighter and EMT. While a fire fighter he earned many certifications including Engine Company Officer and Incident Commander for wildland fires. His weather knowledge was useful on wildland fires he worked in Oregon and Northern California. Greg still consults with various fire departments, and also for private wildland fire fighting companies on fire related matters.


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