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TODAY'S FORECAST - 2/11/2016 

Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and sunbreaks. Showers will be most frequent over the mountains and at the coast. Expect a chance for light rain overnight and in to Friday morning. Light rain is likely at the Coast and in the mountains. Snow levels above 8000 feet. Highs will be in the mid 60s for the valleys, low 60s for the Coast, and 50s for the mountains and east of the Cascades. Overnight lows will be in the mid 40s for the valleys, near 50 at the Coast, and in the 30s for the mountains and east of the Cascades. 


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WEATHER SUMMARY DISCUSSION - Presented by Pressure Point Roofing

The ridge of high pressure that brought us the gorgeous weather for Sunday and Monday has been moving east at a much quicker rate than expected. As a result, we are seeing clouds and moisture arrive sooner than it looked like they might even yesterday. Showers have already moved over the area overnight. Expect those to continue. The flow is out of the south so the air mass remains mild with high snow levels. In this case up around 8000 feet. We will see a better chance for steady state light rain develop overnight and into Friday morning. As we get into Friday expect the activity to turn showery once again. Skies will become partly cloudy. Once we get through Friday, the forecasts into early next week look on track. Sunny skies remain expected for Monday President's Day following clouds and a chance for showers on Sunday which is Valentine's Day. 

Right now it appears the storm door reopens Tuesday night and a trough of low pressure will set up over us. And, this is when winter is expected to return. Clouds and rain will arrive first, and the colder air comes working in. One forecasting model has snow levels back down as low as 3000 feet by Thursday afternoon into Thursday evening. We will just have to see how the timing of that works out. But, one thing was and is clear. This recent spate of sunny and warm weather was merely a respite. There is still more winter to come. And, we could yet see more significant snow for the mountains. But, one thing the longer range profiles are pointing out is that we have less than a 10 percent chance of seeing valley floor snow developing between now and April 1st. While anything is still possible, this means the odds against it are very long indeed. 

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RAINFALL SUMMARY FOR MEDFORD AS OF 2/11/2016 - 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 0.47 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 1.32 inches above average for the year. 

For the water year since October 1, 2015: 14.23 inches. That is 3.44 inches above average. 

The Rainfall Summary is brought to you by Ken Ogawa of American Family Insurance in Medford. For insurance quotes on anything you need to protect call Ken. Be sure you have also protected your family if a tragedy should occur. Ken can help you with that as well. Be sure there is enough to pay bills, pay for pay for it all. To reach Ken, click the banner. 



Ken Ogawa - American Family Insurance

401 Crater Lake Ave Ste 4

Medford, OR


541 - 842 - 2190…

We all know that being properly insured is just something you need to take care of. There are many things to address. Life, home owners, property coverage, you name it the list is endless it seems. Ken Ogawa of American Family Insurance here in Medford can help you make sure you have the protection you need to protect what needs protecting. Are you into off roading or have power toys of any kind? Are they properly insured? I would bet they are not. Ken is an enthusiast when it comes to off roading and power sports. He knows that it will take a special level of protection to be sure that you have the coverage you think your policy offers you right now. Many times it does not. Ken will be happy to give you a review to see if your current insurance will adequately cover your 4x4 off road vehicles, your quads, ATVS, snowmobiles, and the other fun toys in your life. I mean after all, it is about protecting everything under your roof. Call Ken today.

Father and Son Jewelry

126 East Main Street

Medford, Oregon


541 - 774 - 8900…


Father and Son Jewelry in Medford is VERY well known for their television commercials. But, they are also very well known for their customer satisfaction. Those who do business with Father and Son return again and again. Family owned and operated since 1958, they have provided excellent customer service and great pricing through four generations. Father and Son will beat any legitimate price. They have master jewelers on hand to help you find the right piece of jewelry for you. If you cannot find it, not to worry, they can custom design just what you want. In addition to jewelry, they offer men's and women's watches in a wide range of styles from sporty to elegant. Father & Son Jewelry also buys and sells gold, silver, diamonds, and gems. Bob Sr. the Father in Father and Son is no longer with us, but the legacy lives on with Bob Jr, the Son....and now daughters Wendy and Deb. They look forward to meeting you and helping you with your jewelry needs.

Hudson Saw and Tool

2919 North Pacific Highway

Medford, Oregon


541 - 772 - 2293

Hudson Saw and Tool is the former Cal Ore Carbide. I have know these guys for over ten years and they are great. If you have any kind of power tools from any manufacturer they can repair it. They also have new and reconditioned power tools on sale. These include cordless. You can also find accessories to get the job done here. Really good people that work here and they all hunt and fish so you can go in and share your stories with them while you are getting your tools repaired or getting the bits you need.

Need to get your knives sharpened up before your next hunting or fishing trip? These are the guys to see! The crew at Hudson Saw and Tool has decades of experience in sharpening knives and saws. They can get your implements laser sharp. I trust all of my knives and other tools like bone saws to the pros at Hudson Saw and Tool to get a good sharp edge on them so they will be up to the job when I need them. They are also experts at saw sharpening and you will get professional grade saw sharpening done here. Tell 'em sent you.

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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