March 13 – Morning Headlines

Taco Time has been struggling in recent years, but not enough to deter an armed robber from taking it down.

Morning Headlines

Taco Time has been struggling in recent years, but not enough to deter an armed robber from taking it down.
Taco Time has been struggling in recent years, but not enough to deter an armed robber from taking it down.
  • Creswell city manager, councilors resign

    The city council unanimously accepted the resignation of City Manager Mark Shrives following an executive session Monday night, followed immediately by the resignation of two councilors. Mike Anderson and Jean McKittrick both stepped d
  • Pedestrian struck by car and injured, then ticketed by Springfield police

    A man was struck by a car Monday night in Springfield’s Thurston area, and police say he only has himself to blame for being seriously injured in the wreck. Jose Salvio, a 44-year-old Springfield resident, told investigators t
  • Man with gun robs Taco Time in north Eugene
    A man with a gun robbed a north Eugene fast-food restaurant on Monday afternoon, police said. The armed robbery at Taco Time, at 1031 Green Acres Road, was reported at 4:51 p.m. Police said a man entered the business with a gun, and passed a demand not
  • County lobbies lawmakers for increased dumping fees at Short Mountain

    With an eye on their goal of nurturing development in rural Goshen, Lane County officials are lobbying state lawmakers to allow the county to potentially increase or repurpose garbage tipping fees charged at its nearby Short Mountain Land
  • Springfield city manager appoints interim police chief

    Springfield police Capt. Rick Lewis will become the city’s interim police chief after retiring Chief Jerry Smith departs later this spring, city officials said today. Lewis, 51, has worked for the police department since 1983.
  • Local unemployment rate stays steady.
    Lane County’s unemployment rate remained below the statewide rate in January, according to the state Employment Department. The local unemployment rate of 8.3 percent was a hair above December’s Lane County rate of 8.2 percent but below the
  • South Eugene student places in top 10 in Intel contest
    South Eugene High School senior Hannah Larson placed among the top 10 finalists today in the Intel Science Talent Search, the most prestigious high school science contest in the country. Larson and the other winners were chosen from more than 1,700 ent

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Tim Chuey Weather:

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I’m looking for another day with a mix of clouds and sun today before the clouds and rain return Thursday.

An upper level ridge of high pressure (Shaded “Arch” shape) is flattening, losing its hump, and is allowing a sub tropical moisture flow from near Hawaii (called the “Pineapple Express”) to move through the Pacific Northwest. The warm front that moved through and stalled North of us helping to funnel that warm moist air our way has pushed North and dissipated.  An upper level trough of low pressure (Shaded “U” shape) is pushing to position itself along the coast. A cold front will approach the Pacific Northwest increasing the chances for rain.

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High: HIGH
Low: LOW
Forecast: Cloudy this AM, a mix of clouds and sun this afternoon, mostly cloudy tonight, mostly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of rain Thursday afternoon, rain likely (70%) at night, cloudy with a (40%) chance of showers Friday, then a slight (20%) chance of showers Friday night highs 65-59 lows near 46. Cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of showers Saturday, a (40%) chance of showers at night, a (30%) chance of rain Sunday, a slight (20%) chance of rain Sunday night, a mix of clouds and sun Monday, mostly cloudy with a (40%) chance of rain Monday night, then a good (50%) chance of rain Tuesday highs 58-54 lows near 40. (seasonal averages high 56 low 37)

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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