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Mostly cloudy with rain developing. Periods of light rain through this evening, and then showers. Expect breezy to gusty winds developing this afternoon as well. Snow levels drop to near 5000 feet by early Friday morning. Little if any accumulations expected. Highs will be in the upper 60s for the valleys, and in the 50s to near 60 for the mountains and east of the Cascades. Overnight lows will be in the low 40s for the valleys, and in the 20s and 30s for the mountains and east of the Cascades.

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Mt. Ashland secures low interest bail out loan. Announces that expansion plans will not be moving forward. Scroll down below to see the full story.


There is a BIG change in the data in the longer term. But in the short term, everything is right on track through the weekend. Let's start with today. We will see a fast moving frontal system come through that looks to drop a little bit of rain on everybody at this point. Looking to see amounts less than a tenth of an inch just about everywhere. There will be some wind with this one, but that will arrive behind the front as it is moving out. Look for breezy to at times gusty conditions in all parts of the area today, but no wind bulletins have been issued as peak gusts are expected to remain below 30 miles an hour. This system will also be carrying colder air in with it and snow levels overnight will be dropping. By Friday morning they will be as low as 5000 feet. But by that time there will be not much left in the way of moisture so not expecting any real accumulations at all. Friday will see us move into three days of delight weather that will carry through Easter Sunday. Sunny skies with highs 70 - 75 will be the forecast over those next three days.

Next week is looking very cloudy and very active with disturbances and the threat for showers coming through. And this is where the big change is occurring in the long range data. What had been thought to be a brief period of cooler weather showers is now transitioning to a pronounced pattern shift. What we are looking at now is a situation with zonal flow setting up that will keep us looking at the chance for some showers, and pretty seasonal temperatures now through the end of the month. In fact, looking at some sourcing I have not used for awhile, they have us staying that way through May. That would be very welcome news if it happens because it would keep us from getting hot and dry in May as had been expected by NOAA's climatology Center. But let's face it. Both of these other long range sources did not handle the winter well at all. In fact one had the complete opposite of what they expected. Both sources had indicated we would see more rain and snow than we did. Still, all three major climatology centers have come on board with each other as of this morning in what to expect through the end of April, so I will go with that. Long story short....for the rest of April expect to see cooler conditions with the chance for showers from time to time. GONE is the threat for 80 degree days, and certainly 90. In fact, the two long range climatology sources I looked at this morning did not even show 80s as highs at any time in May. I am having a hard time buying that as we have already had four 80 degree days here in April and nearly had 2 in March. But, we shall see.




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Many had wondered if the fact that Mt. Ashland did not open this season would be the end of the ski area. That will not be the case. It was announced that Mt. Ashland has secured a Small Business Administration low cost loan. In addition to this, Mt. Ashland has filed paperwork to see if they can get any federal disaster funds being awarded to businesses and operations like farms that have been impacted by the drought.

Mt. Ashland also revealed that they would not be seeking any further expansion plans other than to complete the additional parking spaces up on the mountain. That work was actually under way last summer and fall. The Mail Tribune has more details on the loan and where the expansion plans stand as of now. Here is a link to that story.....


Waterworld Boat and Power Sports

5731 Crater Lake Highway

Medford, Oregon


800 - 247 - 7147

541 - 826 - 5535

Waterworld Boat and Power Sports is located in Medford, Oregon and has been serving Southern Oregon and Northern California for over 41 years. They carry fiberglass and aluminum boats from 10 to 34 feet from major manufacturers such as Sea Ray, Bayliner, Malibu, Sea-Doo, Trophy Boats, Jetcraft Aluminum Boats, River Hawk Aluminum Boats, Ski Centurion, Tracker Boats,Crestliner Aluminum Boats, Nautiques, Bennington Pontoons and many more. Waterworld has a full line of boating accessories from HO and Hyperlite, and offer just about everything you would need to make water sports safe and exciting. Water ski's for the beginner up to the professional, wake boards, knee boards, ski ropes, life jackets and much more. With a full line of outboard engines from Mercury Outboards they can supply power for just about every need. Being the largest Boating Center in Southern Oregon and Northern California, they can pass on substantial savings to customers due to manufacturers selling incentives. This is not new, sell more and you get a percentage off, "They pass it on". Waterworld also has the experts on staff to keep your boat engines running in top notch performance. For ALL your boating, accessories, and service's Waterworld Boat and Power Sports.

Water World Boat and Power Sports is Southern Oregon's dealer for Can Am ATVs. Can Am ATVs come in side by side and multi passenger configurations. Can Am also makes quads that cover every use from work to high performance fun. No matter what you need an ATV for, Water World Boat and Power Sports has what you are looking for. They also will have used ATVs on sale as well. Their service department has certified specialists that can work on any make of ATV and do the work that will restore your ride to top notch performance. Find out why Waterworld Boat and Power Sports is Southern Oregon's #1 Power Sports dealer.

Lithia Body and Paint

2665 Bullock Rd

Medford, OR


866 - 373 - 0510

"Repairs so's like it NEVER happened!". You hear me say it daily on KMED doing the Road Reports and it is so true. The crew at Lithia Body and Paint are trained, experienced, professionals at all phases of auto body repair. Their technicians are I CAR certified, even Gold Class Certified offering you the best in the industry. The technologies available include a computerized electronic measuring system giving complete, safe, and accurate details to provide front end alignment. They utilize state-of-the-art paintless dent repair techniques that remove any dings or dents quickly. They are proud to have a Downdraft paint booth This is a climate-controlled system that ensures perfect car paint repair and can make previous car scratches nonexistent by applying several coats of highly specialized paints and high-tech factory finishes.

Steve Potter and the staff will welcome you and treat you like a family member. They will take care of the insurance paperwork for you to free you from that chore. Lithia Body and Paint also has loaners available for you to use while your vehicle is in for repair. You will have a first rate experience here I can promise you that. How do I know? Just ask anybody who has been there and had them work on their vehicle.

Bob Thomas Automotive

535 Rossanley Drive

Medford, Oregon


541 - 734 - 3743

Cannot recommend Bob and his guys enough! Honest and professional are just two of the ways I sum up the crew at Bob Thomas Automotive. They do keep on the road. Bob has been repairing my cars since he started Bob Thomas Automotive. He is always on time with a job, and the final bill always matches the estimate. They do offer a shuttle for jobs that will take a few hours, and if you are going to need a car for a bit to replace your ride while they fix it, there are loaners available. Don't get him talking about classic hot rods or'll be there all day!

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Providing you with a one stop, one click access to all seasonal fun! Sporting, Recreational, & Road Condition updates to keep your day headed in the right direction! 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 proven to be useful on major wildland fires in Southern Oregon and Northern California. Greg still consults with various fire departments and agencies and also for private wildland fire fighting companies.


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