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Cottage Grove Weather Blog

1 day ago
Light rain & showers tomorrow...

Light rain will develop early tomorrow morning (Wednesday) and change to showers around late morning, continuing through the afternoon. Isolated showers will then occur Wednesday evening through Thursday morning. Total rainfall up to around 1/4". Mainly light breezes at 10 mph or less. It will also be cooler Wed/Thur. An extended period of dry weather […]

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3 days ago
Warm/hot today and Monday, then cooler with maybe a few showers...

Want rain? Other than isolated to possibly light scattered showers on Wednesday into Thursday morning, dry weather will prevail through next weekend. Warm/Hot today and Monday, then a nice cooling trend. Winds will vary in direction through Tuesday which will allow smoke to get into our area from the Cedar Creek Fire. Air quality will […]

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6 days ago
Autumnal Equinox occurs today at 6:04pm, dry into early next week...

Autumnal Equinox occurs today (Thursday) at 6:04pm. Sunset today is at 7:13pm, sunrise tomorrow is at 7:00am. The storm system is now east of us and dry weather will be the case into early next week with night/morning fog or even some low clouds. This system's rainfall also reduced the fire danger to low-moderate across […]

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September 21, 2022
Rain, Rain, Don't Go Away!

**AUTUMNAL EUINOX OCCURS THURSDAY AT 6:04pm*** As of 9:00am today (Wednesday), 0.14" of rain has fallen in Cottage Grove. Up to another 1/10" of rainfall is possible through tonight. Check out the map, notice the impressive rainfall totals from about Roseburg south. North of Eugene has been dry so far. This storm system will be […]

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September 19, 2022
Unsettled through Wednesday...

Monday Weather Update: Other than some sprinkles, no rain fell in Cottage Grove over the weekend. However, rain did fall over the Cascades. Scroll down and check out the map of rain totals - about 1/2" of rainfall was observed near the Cedar Creek Fire (east of Oakridge). While not nearly enough to put out […]

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September 17, 2022
Rain chances increase tonight...

*UPDATED SATURDAY 11:00am* The "cut-off" low pressure system (cut-off from the jet stream) is trekking south offshore, as predicted, and will get stuck and hang around just offshore of northern California through Wednesday. Although unlikely, can't rule out sprinkles or a brief light shower through this evening before shower chances increase tonight. Tonight-Sunday morning: A […]

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September 15, 2022
Dry through the end of the month?

Lots of new people here in the group so I'll give a brief introduction of myself. I'm a Meteorologist with a Bachelor's Degree in Meteorology (2002) and Master's in Atmospheric Science (2005). I work out of my home office, here in Cottage Grove, and mostly do agricultural weather forecasting (which is very challenging). My wife […]

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September 14, 2022
Ahh, Fall is finally here!

Enjoying the cool crisp mornings? Interesting weather pattern coming up for Friday through Sunday. To rain or not to rain is the difficult question to answer. This is because the low pressure system that will approach Oregon early Friday is going to be cut-off from the jet stream (in meteorology, we call this a "cut-off […]

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September 11, 2022
Fall-like pattern change underway, NO MORE 90's (until next year)!

The past Friday-Saturday easterly wind event that brought smoke and ash into our area is now behind us. Smoke is gradually mixing out of our area and air quality slowly improving (now in the "moderate" category as of the time of this writing, after venturing into the "very hazardous" level on Saturday). Scroll below to […]

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September 9, 2022
Weather and Wind Update

Wind Event Update (8:30am Friday): Strongest winds are expected NORTH of Lane County where 50-55 mph gusts will be common near the Cascade ridges. Here in Lane County, winds near the crests can gust up to 40-45 mph. This is NOT as strong of an event as 2020. Timing: Strongest winds will be from 2:00pm […]

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