August 16 – Morning Headlines
- Eugene detectives gather evidence at murder suspect’s home
The northwest Eugene home of convicted killer David Ray Taylor remains a focal point of a murder investigation launched earlier this month by local authorities. Eugene police detectives and forensic technicians spent part of Wednesday collecting eviden…
- Springfield man blamed in fatal wreck
Investigators say Stephen Dyal of Springfield was passing another car when head-on collision happened east of Brownsville
- Coburg Road paving work delayed
Regular users of Coburg Road in Eugene, rest easy for a spell. The city of Eugene is delaying until next year a major repaving on part of Coburg Road that the city had planned for this summer. The city had expected to repave Coburg Road, from about Wil…
- Lane County tables tax proposal
Polling that shows good support for a modest tax levy to pay for keeping more criminals in jail wasn’t enough to persuade Lane County commissioners to put a money measure on the November ballot. With less than two days to write a ballot title and les..
- Historic photographs add details to the portrait of who we are
It could be your typical Eugene area road race photo: people running down a street while a Fourth of July crowd watches. Butte to Butte? Nope, an Independence Day race in Marcola, with guys in long pants and suspenders racing down a dirt road. In 1904….
- Police have a day out in the field
It was a battle of the badges Sunday at PK Park in Eugene when the Springfield Police Department took on the Eugene Police Department in what is becoming an annual softball tradition. For the second year in row, the Springfield force took home the trop…
- Win gives Eugene Emeralds a view of division-leading Vancouver
The Eugene Emeralds went undefeated without their manager but were happy to welcome back Pat Murphy. “It’s nice to have him back; he’s a good presence to have in the dugout,” said left fielder Jeremy Baltz, who scored three runs in Eugene’s 5…
- Adjustments are over for Oregon’s JC transfer defensive linemen
Dion Jordan is the current star, Arik Armstead is perhaps the future, and Taylor Hart, Wade Keliikipi and Ricky Heimuli have spent the last two years establishing themselves on the Oregon defensive line, as well. Not to be overlooked are two former jun..
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Tim Chuey Weather:
Advisories: AN EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING AND A RED FLAG WARNING ARE IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM TODAY THROUGH 9 PM FRIDAY FOR MOST OF WESTERN OREGON FROM THE NORTH COAST (NOT INCLUDING THE CENTRAL OR SOUTH COAST) TO THE CASCADE FOOTHILLS AND SOUTH TO EAST OF FLORENCE THROUGH COTTAGE GROVE. A FIRE WEATHER WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR ABUNDANT LIGHTNING AND DRY FUELS FROM FRIDAY AFTERNOON UNTIL SATURDAY EVENING FOR THE ENTIRE COAST OF OREGON UP TO THE FOOTHILLS OF THE OREGON COAST RANGE.
A high pressure ridge (“Arch” shape on brown line) has been building over us and has allowed for hot weather. The high pressure ridge will strengthen to keep us hot through Friday, then cooling, but more humid for the weekend as the ridge weakens. Thunderstorms are possible for Saturday due to cooler air moving down from aloft.
Forecast for the Southern and lower Mid Willamette Valley including Eugene-Springfield and Albany-Corvallis: Sunny and even Hotter today, clear tonight, mostly sunny Friday AM, partly cloudy and not quite as hot Friday, partly cloudy Friday night, a mix of clouds and sun and cooler with a slight (20%) chance of thunderstorms Saturday afternoon and evening, then partly cloudy Saturday night highs 100-87 lows 58-55. Partly cloudy Sunday AM, mostly sunny and cooler Sunday afternoon, partly cloudy and cooler Sunday night, a mix of clouds and sun Monday AM, mostly sunny in the afternoon, partly cloudy Monday evening, mostly cloudy at night, then partly cloudy Tuesday through Wednesday highs near 80 lows near 52. (seasonal averages high 83 low 51)
- 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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