September 2 – Morning Headlines

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Bob Reed walks the walk for Willamalane

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  • Oakridge Recall Petitions In the Mail
    Oakridge residents will have a chance to recall their mayor and three city councilors starting Friday. Ballots will go out in the mail tomorrow, putting a city-wide recall initiative to a vote.   At Thursday night’s city council m…
  • Eugene Man Sentenced to Prison Time for Investment Scheme
    A 48-year-old Eugene man was sentenced to prison time in federal court for an investment scheme and tax fraud Wednesday.   A United States District Judge sentenced Hussein Ali Mehdi to serve 51 months in prison and pay $840,000 in rest…
  • Local Tennis Pro Donates New Floor for Willamalane Courts 
    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Willamalane volunteers will be installing a new 24,000 square foot multi-purpose floor for tennis courts Thursday morning.   Local tennis pro Bob Reed has donated the money for four new regulation-sized tennis courts in the newly-…
  • UO administrators get raises
    The University of Oregon gave some of its highest paid administrators raises this year, a decision that is galling union employees who are being asked to take unpaid furlough days. The raises — mostly 5 percent but ranging as high as 30 percent — h… – ah the budget concerns.  –ed.
  • Looking Glass school at center of zoning dispute
    After a year-long search for a new home, the Riverfront School run by Looking Glass has only one final obstacle to overcome before it can move in: a zoning change. But that’s proving no easy task. The non-profit youth and family services agency’s a…
  • Kilcullen’s Name Will Be Added to Law Enforcement Memorial
    Officer Chris Kilcullen will be one of the next names added to the Law Enforcement Memorial Wall in Salem next year.   Today the State’s Police Policy Committee voted to officially list the Eugene Police Officer that was shot and ki…

Tim Chuey Weather:

Here comes a “picture perfect” Labor Day Holiday weekend. Please remember not to drink and drive a car or boat and wear your life jacket.

high pressure ridge (Shaded “Arch” shape with blue arrows) moves in and warms us up for the holiday weekend. The Beavers will be home against Sacramento State Saturday at 1PM and the weather will be bright, sunny, dry and quite warm with the high temperature near 90. The Ducks will play against LSU in Arlington, Texas with game time at 5 PM and it will be sunny and hot with high temperature about 100 degrees then slowly cooling as the game progresses. Don’t know if the roof on the stadium there will be open or closed which would make a difference in the conditions on the field.

Forecast for the Southern and lower Mid Willamette Valley including Eugene-Springfield and Albany-Corvallis: Mostly sunny and warmer today, clear tonight, sunny and warmer Saturday, clear Saturday night, sunny and warmer Sunday, then clear Sunday night highs 84-95 lows 45-53. Sunny and very warm Monday (Labor Day), clear Monday night, then sunny and still very warm Tuesday through Thursday with clear nights highs  90-93 lows 50-55. (seasonal averages high 80 low 50)

Because weather forecasting is a combination of science, intuition, and timing there can be no absolute guarantees that individual forecasts will be 100% accurate. Nature is in a constant state of flux and sudden unexpected weather events can happen.

Keep Current on the Weather: timchueyweather4u.com

 

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