July 16 – Morning Headlines
- Developers still waging legal war
After four years of legal battles with a hostile neighbor, a Portland developer is putting in streets and doing other site preparation for a housing complex of nearly 700 units off Goodpasture Island Road in Eugene that will serve both the elderly and …
- King Estate Winery cuts ribbon on four acre solar panel array
Celebration at King Estate Winery this weekend as it has cut the ribbon on one of the largest solar power panel arrays ever built in the Eugene-Springfield area.
- Police seeking daytime intruder
The Eugene Police Department on Saturday released a sketch of a man who is believed to have entered several residences in broad daylight in the West University neighborhood last Sunday, and possibly one on Thursday. “The Sunday ones definitely seem t…
- Fate of Springfield’s jail hangs in balance
Two and a half years after opening, Springfield’s municipal jail still retains much of its new-construction sleekness. Its spartan cells and inmate common areas are pristine. The security and surveillance systems remain up-to-date. Th…
- Pianist collapses backstage at Hult
“The show must go on” is an old show-biz saying that the 5 Browns took to heart Thursday night at the Hult Center. The five piano-playing siblings from Utah had to perform the second half of their concert at the Oregon Bach Festival without their e…
- Student loan interests rates seen as a paralyzing price-tag for prestige
Interest rates are compounding on current graduates and will continue to compound on new graduates in the future. Subsequently, these rates have the potential bury them with the education that was supposed to push them up.
- City delays vote on coal trains
After hearing from Port of Coos Bay representatives, the Eugene City Council will take more time before deciding whether to try to stop coal trains from moving through the city. The council had been scheduled to vote Monday evening on a resolution oppo…
- Uncertainty at Linebacker an Issue Heading Into Fall Camp
The Ducks, while talented, have a lot of issues with experience at the linebacking position. Oregon must replace seniors Dewitt Stuckey and Josh Kaddu next season, and one unknown name will be making his name known by season’s end.
- Jones leaves program to become firefighter
Well, nobody saw this coming. The deadline for first year players to sign contracts came and went on Friday, and Oregon’s Aaron Jones went unsigned after being picked up by Colorado in the 18th round. Rather than return for his [...]
- Challengers Dominate Defending State Champs; Still Work To Be Done
Even with a 10 run rule win for the Challengers, head coach Todd Ziegler sees more in his team. Oh, did we mention the win was over the defending champs?
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Tim Chuey Weather:
Forecast: mixed sun and clouds
A closed low (brown circle) is sliding south from Canada bringing us more clouds as it moves through, but I don’t think we’ll see any significant precipitation just a chance of a shower or thunderstorm. A frontal systemwill swing in Wednesday, again bringing only clouds and not a significant chance of precipitation. We will dry out and warm u as we head into next weekend.
Forecast for the Southern and lower Mid Willamette Valley including Eugene-Springfield and Albany-Corvallis: A mix of clouds and sun with a slight (20%) chance of thunderstorms this afternoon and evening, partly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of showers late tonight and Tuesday AM, a mix of clouds and sun with a slight (20%) chance of thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon and evening, then a slight (20%) chance of showers late Tuesday night, a mix of clouds and sun with a slight (20%) chance of showers Wednesday, then partly cloudy Wednesday night highs 75-77 lows 53-56 cooling to 52 Wednesday night. Partly cloudy Thursday through Saturday AM, mostly sunny Saturday and Sunday, and mostly clear Saturday night highs 80-86 lows near 54. (seasonal averages high 83 low 52)
- Forecast for the Umpqua Basin including Roseburg
- Forecast for the South Oregon Coast including Coos Bay and North Bend
- Forecast for the Cascades of Lane County
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.
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