September 4 – Morning Headlines
- Over the Weekend
- Junction City house fire destroys home
A house fire in Junction City left only the foundation and chimneys. Why its location made things all the more difficult for firefighters.
- Toddler recovered after father stopped
Authorities have recovered an 18-month-old girl allegedly abducted by her noncustodial father Friday during a supervised visit in the Eugene area. The father, Angelo Muniz of Lebanon, was captured Saturday afternoon by the California Highway Patrol..
- There’s Another Undefeated Ducks Team?
The Oregon Ducks (6-0) have kept their undefeated season with incredible wins over top-25 competition. On August 25th, the Ducks followed opening wins over Toledo and Houston with a comeback win over then No. 24 Ohio State to sweep the Sports Import Cl
- Junction City house fire destroys home
- New Planned Parenthood office opens today
Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon opens its new $8.5 million Glenwood center to the public this morning. The sleek, highly energy-efficient building is the first major new construction on Franklin Boulevard in years. The building…
- Fall opening set for police substation
The Eugene Police Department has moved its headquarters from the city center, but a police substation is to open downtown this fall. The substation will be in Lane Community College’s still-under-construction downtown campus, on West 10th Avenue betw…
- Oregon’s unions show growth
U.S. union membership, as a percentage of the overall work force, was on a slow and steady slide for at least a decade before the recent recession. Oregon’s rate, although consistently higher than the national average, followed along that same downwa…
- NFL roster cuts make, break ex-Ducks’ professional dreams
As the NFL wraps up another round of roster cuts, many former Ducks are getting news — both good and bad — about their future in the league.
- Pac-12 Power Rankings – Week Two
Week one gave us the first glimpse into what every team is potentially made of and gave fans their first opportunity to see their favorite college football team take the field and battle it out against their first opponents. For those fans on the west coast, many of them were watching their favorite Pac-12 teams take to the field again after a rather disappointing year for the conference.
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Tim Chuey Weather:
Since the Holiday weekend is over that means it’s time to get warmer. Just don’t expect it to last very long.
Forecast: sunny and warmer
An upper level low (“U” shape in blue arrows shaded in grey) is moving eastward away from Oregon. A weak frontal system moved through Oregon, but fell apart as it slid eastward with not much effect once again. A high pressure ridge (“Arch” shape in blue arrows offshore) will warm us up a bit this week just in time for the kids to go back to school. A more serious cold front will move through the Pacific Northwest on Sunday giving us a chance of rain by late Sunday night and Monday.
Forecast for the Southern and lower Mid Willamette Valley including Eugene-Springfield and Albany-Corvallis: Sunny and warmer today and Wednesday with mostly clear nights, sunny and a bit cooler Thursday, the mostly clear Thursday night highs 87-83 lows 49-52. Mostly sunny Friday, partly cloudy Friday night, a mix of clouds and sun and cooler Saturday, partly cloudy Saturday night, more clouds and cooler Sunday, then mostly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of rain Sunday night and Monday highs 85-70 lows 52-46. (seasonal averages high 80 low 49)
- 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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