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Mostly sunny and hot. A slight chance for afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms over the Cascades from Crater Lake north, and in Klamath and Lake Counties. Highs will be near 90 for the valleys, with 70s to the low 80s for the mountains and east of the Cascades. Overnight lows will be in the upper 50s for the valleys, and in the 40s to the low 50s for the mountains and east of the Cascades. 

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The data is giving us changes this morning. Today is going to be sunny and hot over the area. Highs will be near 90 for the valleys, and in the 70s to the low 80s for the mountains and east of the Cascades. Pretty slim chance for thunderstorms today, but could see an isolated storm or two over the Cascades and in Klamath and Lake Counties today. For tomorrow, we have an increased chance for thunderstorms in Jackson and Josephine Counties. The timing of the arrival of the instability favorable to get storms going has been moved ahead in the newest runs of the data so it looks like we will see storms popping off earlier in the day now. Saturday and Sunday will continue to see a chance for thunderstorms over the entire area. The storms will be packing lightning and gusty winds. This obviously is a concern for the fire situation. These storms are going to be wet storms. The cores of them will be putting down heavy rains. But, lightning strikes on the peripheries out of the rain cores could be something to be concerned about. While fire season has not been declared officially yet, we know that fires can happen now. 

Our highs the next two days will be our warmest / hottest of the year so far. Look for near 90 today in Medford, followed by low 90s for tomorrow. The data now shows that we will be cooling on Saturday. Saturday was looking at low 90s yesterday in the forecasts. Today that is mid 80s. Cooler air moving in a loft along with cloud cover from storms is going to hold temps down. That cooling will continue through Monday as we see temps drop back into the 70s for Sunday and Monday. This will actually give us highs that would be normal for this time of the year. We will see improvement arrive on Tuesday as skies begin to clear up and temps start warming again.

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GRANITE HILL ROAD FIRE: Josephine County, Oregon near Grants Pass. 15 acres in size, burning on private land. Fire is burning in grass, brush, and scattered timber. The local fire department has command being assisted by Oregon Department of Forestry. There were no evacuations and no homes threatened during the incident. Crews are continuing to work strengthening lines, and suppressing hot spots that could threaten the lines. The fire has been 100 percent lined and full containment is expected today. A mix of hand crews, engines, water tenders, and a bulldozer were used on the fire. Additional resources are standing by today if needed.


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

For the month of May the rainfall total is 0.31. This is 0.84 inches below normal. Normal rainfall in May for Medford is 1.30 inches. 

For the Calendar year: 6.81 inches of rainfall. Normal rainfall in Medford for a calendar year is 18.75 inches. We are 1.86 inches below average for the calendar year to date. 

For the water year since October 1: 13.66 inches. This is 2.65 inches below average to the date. 

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I had multiple reports from eyewitnesses that a small tornado hit Glendale in southern Douglas County at 12:55 pm on April 13th. I even got photos of damage to a home there. I believed at that time that likely what had hit was a landspout. Landspouts are rotating vortexes, and many consider them tornadoes. I sent the eyewitness reports and the photos to NWS Medford for further analysis. NWS Medford did very detailed analysis of what I submitted, along with what happened at 12:55 PM on the radar and satellite images to see what they could determine.

I was informed by Ryan Sandler the Warning Coordinator for the National Weather Service here in Medford that the NWS is going to classify this event as a Gustnado. Gustnadoes are also rotating vortexes that can do damage. In this case equal to an EF 0 tornado. Now, because it is being classified as a tornadic event, it is going in the record book as a tornado, making it just the second tornado ever documented in Douglas County!

Much love to you Rogueweather Family! You people are just the best. Keep sending me your weather reports and photos. Who knows, in the future YOU may be the one who helps makes a significant historical report just as Jennifer and Debbie did.Congratulations to Jennifer Miller, and to Debbie McBride Edington! Because of your reports and Debbie your photos, we were able to provide NWS with what they needed to determine what had happened here.


The Rogue Siskiyou National Forest has announced that the Parker Meadows Campground in the High Lakes Ranger District between Butte Falls and Prospect is now permanently closed. This action was caused by disease infecting the Douglas Fir trees within the campground creating hazardous conditions. They decided to remove the toilets, picnic tables and fire rings leaving no amenities for camping. It is also recommended that you avoid camping in that location on your own due to the safety hazard. If winds come up, especially with no warning, the diseased trees there will fall with no warning. Impacts from them would prove fatal if they struck tents, vehicles, RVs or trailers.


Danielle West

Buyer Specialist

Keller Williams Realty

Medford, Ore.

541 - 951 - 4224

Danielle West is a buyer specialist and part of the Headley Dixon team at Keller Williams Realty here in Medford. As a buyer specialist Danielle gets to use her expertise and really know what is available on the market right now. She can find the perfect home or property for anyone or any budget. She can generate lists of available listings for you to preview to concentrate on just what you are wanting. Locations in cities or in the country, Danielle will find them. Being a part of the Headley Dixon team at Keller Williams means Danielle can offer you a level of service beyond what you might expect. You get the resources of a team not just one person. Danielle is a native of the valley and enjoys helping people and seeing the smiles when their dream comes true. In fact, she loves that. She and her husband and kids enjoy going to Britt, and performances at the Craterian. They also love taking time to relax in the great outdoors. If you want to have an experience where you are more than just a client, Danielle is the one to call.


At the corner of Stewart and Riverside in Medford.

541 - 779 - 4294

Arby's is actually an acronym. It stands for America's Roast Beef Yes Sir. Did you know that? All it has stood for to me is delicious sandwiches. I have long been a fan of their roast beef sandwiches piled high with tasty beef done their way. As the years have gone on, they have expanded the choices on the menu. In the last three years there have been significant changes as turkey, chicken, and fish sandwiches have made their way on the menu. Some of that is mandated, and some of it reflects changing consumer taste. But one thing is sure, it is all good! At Arby's they say we have the meats. That is sure true. It is far more than just roast beef now. The owners Bob and Cheryle have a wonderful crew there and you will have great customer service. If you have not tried Arby's is time that you should!

Sweet Tea Express Restaurant & Catering

1830 W. Main Street (In front of the Black Bird)

Medford, Oregon.

541 - 772 - 3159

3309 Biddle Road (Near the Airport)

Medford, Oregon.

541 - 778 -0233

If you love good old fashioned down home cookin'...then this is a place you HAVE to try! The Sweet Tea Express features what I call American comfort food. You get barbequed ribs, chicken, brisket, pulled pork...heck you name it and Greg and Alex are probably grilling it up in their well known train engine barbeque that is out front at Main Street...unless they are catering an event somewhere. In addition to what they are grilling up, they also have hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken strips, and various sandwiches. You get a choice of a wide range of side dishes. My favorite are their barbequed baked beans. Might be the best I have ever had. I could have a meal just of those! Dinner combos come with good old fashioned sourdough buns baked right there. Like I said, this is just good old fashioned comfort food. The next time you are headed through West Medford, be sure to check them out. Look for them out on Biddle Road near the airport too in front of John's Auto Care. If you have a special event coming up, leave the food to them. They have meal plans to fit just about any budget. The food will be a hit, trust me on that one. Click on the link to get more info and to see what their daily specials are.

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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